Harrison Ford on the Road to Recovery After Plane Crash

Longtime friend and "Indiana Jones" producer Frank Marshall says Ford is banged up but is "recovering remarkably."
1:48 | 04/03/15

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Transcript for Harrison Ford on the Road to Recovery After Plane Crash
latest on Harrison Ford. Good news about his recovery. ABC's T.J. Holmes with that. Good morning. Information has been hard to come by since that plane crash that he had but now getting an update from a source that's probably just as good as any. His close friend and guy who produced the Indiana Jones movies who said he's so well he's ready to hit the tennis court. You know how to fly, don't you? No. Do you? Oh, no. How hard can it be? Good news for Harrison Ford. He's back at his home and making great strides. Frank Marshall telling "Variety" things are looking up for Ford who is doing really well. He's pretty banged up but he's recovering remarkably. He wants to play tennis. The 72-year-old Ford piloting his own vintage world war ii plane crash landed on this Santa Monica golf course. 53-178. Engine failure. Immediate return. Ryan 178, clear to land. I have to go to 3. Ryan 178 runway 3 clear to land. I hope he's going to make it. Oh, no. It looks like it was short of the runway. Reporter: Ford rushed to the hospital where he remained for several weeks. A welcome relief to his friends and fans. Marshall credits his acting experience with saving his life saying "He made an incredible landing. He is, after all, Indiana Jones." I didn't know you could fly a plane. Fly, yes. Land, no. He's doing well now. You remember he had the accident on the set of "Star wars" and broke his ankle. The guy just needs to chill. Probably just lay low but he's doing well. His priorities are in the right order, tennis. Thank you, T.J. Back to ginger. Boy, winter is not over.

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