Michigan church group stranded in Haiti after violent protests cause flight cancellations
Church groups and volunteers from several U.S. states are stranded in Haiti after violent protests over fuel prices have led to canceled flights.
The Haitian government suspended a fuel price hike Saturday after violence broke out across the capital.
According to WDIV-TV, just over 40 members of Kensington Church in Troy are stuck in Haiti as part of a mission group called "Mission of Hope."
The church says they've been working with the U.S. Embassy and mission team and are hopeful for their safe return.