The "Indiana Jones" actor shrugged off his injuries: "I walked here, so how bad can it be?"
Researchers studying people who were almost in a plane crash have found that traumatic experiences generate 'emotionally enhanced' memories.
Investigators said co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, suspected of deliberately crashing a plane in the French Alps in March, practiced entering the fatal descent settings the same day as the crash.
Andreas Lubitz reportedly spent 18 months receiving psychiatric treatment during pilot training for German airline Lufthansa.
Now that authorities believe a pilot involved in the Germanwings crash may have deliberately locked another pilot out of the cockpit, air safety experts question whether reinforced cockpit doors are too secure
A fake article gaining traction on the web claims the aviation authority praised pilot in a 2013 article.
Data from the black box, which was found on Tuesday morning, is currently being analyzed.
The two American victims are from Virginia, according to family members.
"It's so tragic, so sad, so unfathomable," an official said. Most of the students were about 15 years old.
The Lufthansa's Germanwings budget flight was on its way from Barcelona to Duesseldorf.
There were no reports of injuries but the New York City Fire Department said it was responding to the incident.
As many as 28 people appeared to have survived the crash after the plane crashed.
The second black box, containing the cockpit voice recorder, has been located but not yet retrieved.
The black box recorders would give vital information about the cause of the crash
There are still questions regarding how exactly the plane was shot down
CEO of French oil major Total, Christophe de Margerie, was killed when his private jet collided with a snow plough whose driver is suspected of being drunk