Veteran actor Morgan Freeman had a large shock on Saturday (December 5), when a craft carrying him pile-up landed in Tunica, Mississippi.
The actor was not injured, though a craft was badly shop-worn as it careened off a runway during an puncture landing, reported The Wrap.
“I was on my craft on a approach to Texas to fire a shred for ‘The Story of God,’. Sometimes things don’t go as designed and a tire blew on take-off that caused other problems. But interjection to my glorious commander Jimmy Hobson we landed safely but a scratch. we can't contend a same about my plane,” Freenam pronounced in a statement.
No injuries were reported to possibly a 78-year-old “Million Dollar Baby” actor or his pilot.
The craft was headed to Houston, Texas, from Clarksdale, Mississippi.