Hollywood actor Harrison Ford survived a plane crash yesterday, March 5 when he made an emergency landing on a golf course in California.

An eye witness, who claimed to had been the first to see the crash narrates her story.

"I heard the engine sputter ... and watched the plane do a nose dive straight on the 8th hole tee box. I was one of the first people to run from the hole toward the plane. 4 to 5 men pulled the pilot out of the plane," she told TMZ.

"They got him away from the plane. They were concerned it would catch on fire. Two doctors were there – and they had a first aid box with them. He was conscious, talking a little. There was a HUGE cut on his head."

According to the site, the eye witness insists that the cut on the actor's head was very deep: "A swath of his skin was missing. There was blood dripping down his face."

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

Ford was piloting what appears to be a vintage 2-seater fighter plane when something went wrong and he crashed into Penmar golf course in Venice, CA. Remarkably, it appears Ford swerved off course from the runway in order to avoid crashing into homes.