Franklin Graham Defends Harrison Ford's BIG MISTAKE But Gives THIS WARNING...
Harrison Ford, an avid pilot, is now under investigation after a near-fatal flight error in California. The long-time flying enthusiast mistook a taxiway for a runway and nearly missed an American Airlines flight full of 110 passengers.
NBC News reports that Ford, 74, asked air traffic control right after flying over the plane, Ford, 74, "Was that airliner meant to be underneath me?"
Luckily, no one was hurt, but some are asking for Ford's license to be revoked. "The incident has prompted an FAA investigation — which could result in a simple warning letter to a suspension of Ford's pilot's license," shares NBC.
But Franklin Graham is coming to Ford's defense, firmly saying it was an accident and that Ford is a great pilot. Graham took the opportunity to share that no one, including Ford, can "Indiana Jones" their way out of death.
Though Ford has been in a couple other flying accidents, he is regarded highly in the aviation community. "He has been inducted by the Kiddie Hawk Air Academy as a Living Legend of Aviation," shares NBC.
We are thankful no one was hurt in this near crash! What do you think of Graham's words that everyone will face death at some point?
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