There were no injuries and the FAA is currently investigating the situation.
Ford's publicist told ABC News he had no official statement about the incident.
"The airplane Harrison was flying was an old model. It was built for slow speed and maneuverability," ABC News aviation consultant John Nance said at the time. "I think what happened in this instance is the wheels dug into the wet ground and that made the aircraft stop too quickly."
That October, Ford told Jimmy Kimmel that he remembered the engine stopping and telling the tower that he was going to ignore their suggestion of continuing on the usual landing route. However, he added, that was "the last thing I remember till five days afterwards."
“I’m told by the doctors that the amount of general anesthetic that I got induced retrograde amnesia,” he said.