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Harrison Ford's Past Plane Mishaps

by The Insider 1:28 mins

Harrison Ford crashed his WWII era Ryan Aeronautical ST3KR plane onto the Penmar Golf Course on Thursday, but it wasn't the first airborne mishap for the 72-year-old, who is thankfully expected to make a full recovery from his injuries. Ford, who first fell in love with aviation in the '60s, crashed a helicopter into a dry river bed in October 1999 during a routine training flight in Santa Clarita, California. While the Hollywood A-lister and his flying instructor escaped uninjured, the helicopter wasn't so lucky. In 2000, the "Indiana Jones" star was at the helm of a Beechcraft Bonanza when wind shear forced him to make an emergency landing at Lincoln Municipal Airport in Nebraska. Ford and his passenger were uninjured when the plane clipped the runway and it's wing tips were damaged. But while there has been some drama in his decades-long piloting career, Ford has also used his skills to come to other people's rescues. Check out the video to find out about Harrison, the real-life hero, and tune in to "The Insider With Yahoo" on TV tonight for the latest in entertainment news.