A federal report cites a faulty carburetor that led to the loss of engine power as the probable cause of the crash of Harrison Ford’s vintage aircraft, which sent the movie actor to the hospital with serious injuries. In addition, an improperly installed shoulder harness in the aircraft contributed to the severity of Ford’s injuries, according to the report released this month by the National Transportation Safety Board. An examination after the accident in California found that ...

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