ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- An airport supervisor says a man was taken to the hospital after his single-engine, two-seat plane crashed near the Ann Arbor Municipal Airport.
Ann Arbor facilities supervisor Lynn Crum says the man was alone in the plane that took off late Thursday morning. He says the plane circled around and crashed in a field about 150 feet from the small airport's runway.
Crum says the man was "in shock" but alive after the crash. He was taken by ambulance to University of Michigan Hospitals.
A hospital spokeswoman says she could not provide information about the victim.
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