Seven months after Harrison Ford survived a scary plane crash, the actor is opening up about the accident for the first time.
"Yeah I remember. Not all of it, I remember some of it," the 73-year-old said during a Thursday, Oct. 29 interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
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"I remember the engine stopping, I remember that part very well. And then I remember the tower, I remember their suggestion. Their suggestion was that I take the normal route to land and I knew I wasn't going to do that, so I said no. And that's the last thing that I remember until five days afterwards actually," Harrison continued.
Harrison's plane after the crash. (Photo Credit: INF Photos)
"Was it like being in a movie?" host Jimmy Kimmel asked Harrison, to which he replied, "this was not a movie."
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On March 5, the Star Wars actor was forced to crash-land his small plane on an LA golf course after the aircraft experienced an engine malfunction.
Following the crash, Harrison was transported to UCLA Medical Center where he was treated for a broken pelvis and ankle. He remained in the hospital for several weeks to undergo extensive physical therapy for his injuries.
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