WWII vet crash-lands his plane: 'I never really got worked up'

A 92-year-old World War II veteran dodged homes and cars to crash-land his single-engine plane in a vacant lot in Florida.

Air Force veteran Bill Orban was forced to make a split-second decision when his plane lost power over a river.

The former bomber pilot said the plane went silent, and he knew he had to quickly find a place to land. He told Elisabeth Hasselbeck that there wasn't time to panic – he just had to make a decision.

"I never did really get worked up about it," he said of the ordeal.

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