Harrison Ford: Videos Show Plane Going Down

Harrison Ford
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Harrison Ford accepted the Hollywood Career Award, receiving a standing ovation from the audience.

Cell phone video shows the actor's plane moments before Thursday's accident.

Cell phone footage has surfaced showing Harrison Ford's plane going down on Thursday.

In one video (below) a panicked bystander can be heard saying, "Dude his engine died. He's landing on the course! Oh my God, I hope he's alright."

TMZ posted another video, in which a witness can be heard saying, "Look! he's gliding in! I hope he's going to make it!" In another (also below) the plane can be seen gliding silently over the Venice, Calif., golf course it crashed in moments later.

After the crash, Ford was taken to a nearby hospital and treated for injuries. A spokesperson for the Los Angeles Fire Department said Ford was "alert, conscious and breathing" when paramedics arrived. Ford was reported to be in "fair to moderate" condition when he was taken to the hospital.

Ford reported "engine failure" as he was going down.

Ford's son Ben Ford later tweeted, "Dad is ok. Battered, but ok! He is every bit the man you would think he is. He is an incredibly strong man."