Star Wars production company admits health and safey breaches over Harrison Ford leg break

Star Wars production company admits health and safey breaches over Harrison Ford leg break

In England, a company making the latest Star Wars film has admitted health-and-safety breaches - after Harrison Ford broke his leg.

The actor - who plays Han Solo - was crushed by a hydraulic door on the Millennium Falcon spaceship just over two years ago at Pinewood Studios near London.

Milton Keynes Magistrates' Court heard he could have been killed.

Disney-owned Foodles Production has pleaded guilty to two offences.


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