Calista Flockhart Reflects on Harrison Ford's Plane Crash: 'Your Life Can Turn on a Dime'
Calista Flockhart shared an update on Harrison Ford’s condition after his recent scare.
While promoting her upcoming series, Supergirl, the actress told writers at the CBS show's TCA panel on Monday that her husband is "doing really well" after his plane crash earlier this year.
"It was a really hard, scary time for our family," Flockhart shared. "I think it just makes you realize, once again, that life can turn on a dime. We just have to appreciate every second we're here, because you never know."
WATCH: Harrison Ford Hospitalized After Crashing Plane
Ford was hospitalized in March after the vintage aircraft he was piloting malfunctioned, forcing the actor to make an emergency landing at a golf course in Venice, California.
Thankfully, the injuries he sustained were not life-threatening, and the 73-year-old actor soon found himself back in the air, co-piloting a helicopter just months later.
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"You know, he loves it, so I love it," Flockhart told Us Weekly about Ford's passion for flying. "And I support him 100 percent in that."
In 2000, Harrison was also involved in a helicopter accident, and he spoke to ET a year earlier about the importance of safety while flying.
"You just forewarn yourself against the potential, which is always there, for an accident," he said.
Check out the video below to see Ford talk about flying with caution.