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12th Annual 'Living Legends Of Aviation' Awards

Michael Tran

HARRISON FORD

Plane crash: Harrison Ford may have no trouble piloting the Millennium Falcon through the cosmos in the “Star Wars” movies, but a World War II-era plane gave him all he could handle yesterday in California. The 72-year-old actor was hospitalized after the plane he was pilotingcrashed during a forced landing on a golf course near Santa Monica Airport. He reportedly suffered moderate trauma but is expected to make a full recovery. His son tweeted that Ford was “battered, but ok.”

WINTER WOES

Plane skids; drivers stranded: Winter may be on the wane, but it’s making sure its presence is still felt. In New York, the 127 passengers and five crew members on a Delta flight got the scare of their lives yesterday when the plane slid off an icy runway and skidded for about 20 seconds before stopping on a small embankment mere feet from frigid waters. Twenty-four people suffered non-life-threatening injuries. Meanwhile in Kentucky, hundreds of drivers were strandedfor hours on end on Interstate 65 near Paducah after a massive storm. Traffic started to move later in the day as crews finally got some emergency lanes cleared on the sides of roads.

AMBASSADOR ATTACKED

Arrest warrant: Police in South Korea issued an arrest warrant for the 55-year-old man accused in the knife attack on Mark Lippert, the U.S. ambassador to South Korea. The man, who may be charged with attempted murder, has a history of unpredictable behavior. Police said he has visited North Korea many times, so they are investigating any links between his visits and the communist nation. North Korea, predictably, praised the attack, calling it a “knife attack of justice.

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source: CNN.com

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