HARRISON FOR CAN'T REMEMBER MUCH ABOUT HIS PLANE CRASH

Nov 01, 2015

By Bob Sheppard

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Actor Harrison Ford says he has “retrograde Amnesia” as a result of his plane crash back in March.

Ford says he suffered memory loss about events that happened just before the crash on a Los Angeles area golf course. He admits he remembers some of it, but not all of it.

In an appearance on the Jimmy Kinmel Show, Ford says he remembers the engine stopping, and the instructions from the tower when he declared his emergency, but that’s the last he recalls until five days later.

The 73 year-old Ford spent almost a month in hospital with injuries that included a broken pelvis, broken ankle and a large head laceration.

Ford is an avid flyer, and it’s believed he owns about 11 aircraft.

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