One of the first people on the scene after Harrison Ford crashed his plane on a California golf course was DirecTV RedZone channel host Andrew Siciliano.
One of the first people on the scene after Harrison Ford crashed his plane on a California golf course Thursday was DirecTV RedZone channel and NFL Total Access host Andrew Siciliano.
Siciliano tweeted a variety of photos of the crashed WWII aircraft before finding out that the pilot was the famous actor.
I did not witness the plane crash. I arrived shortly thereafter. Sincere best wishes to Harrison Ford for a speedy recovery.— Andrew Siciliano (@AndrewSiciliano) March 6, 2015
Credit the pilot. It’s a miracle he was able to land that plane on a golf course in such a densely populated residential neighborhood.— Andrew Siciliano (@AndrewSiciliano) March 6, 2015
Ford experienced engine failure shortly after leaving the runway and attempted to return to the Santa Monica Airport but had to crash land on the Penmar Golf Course, according to USA Today.
The actor was taken to a hospital to be treated for injuries but is expected to fully recover.
- Brendan Maloy