Harrison Ford has been upgraded to “fair to moderate” condition and is expected to make a full recovery, but fans are still in shock over the news that the 72-year old actor crashed his solo plane onto a golf course in Santa Monica, California, Thursday. Now two videos have surfaced showing Ford taking off just moments before the crash and gliding through the air after his engine failed.

The first video, taken by a witness on a nearby street, shows Ford's plane gliding through the air after an apparent engine failure. A man nearby can be heard saying, "I hope he's going to make it, his engine stopped."

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The second video, released by TMZ, shows Ford’s plane going down the runway at Santa Monica Airport to take off. The footage was captured by another pilot who thought Ford’s World War II-vintage plane looked cool. He had no idea the actor was the pilot or what was about to happen. The pilot claims to have exchanged waves with Ford before the actor took off. Apparently, the action in the video took place less than a minute before mechanical problems caused Ford to bring the plane down.

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Ford sustained a broken arm and a gash to his head during the crash but is expected to make a full recovery. He is being treated at the UCLA Medical Center, where his wife, actress Calista Flockhart, is by his side. Ford’s son, restaurateur Ben Ford, tweeted that his father was doing well.

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One witness from the golf course where Ford crashed told NBC news that the actor saved lives by bringing the plane down there instead of in a residential area.

“He risked life and limb by putting it down on the golf course instead of trying to go further to try to get back to the airport,” said Eddie Aguglia. “Another 25 to 30 yards and ... I don’t want to think about it. He saved several lives.”

Ford will next be seen on screen in the April 24 release "The Age of Adaline" and in “Star Wars: Episode VII -- The Force Awakens,” in theaters Dec. 18.