An FAA spokeswoman says the plane was traveling from Menominee, Michigan, to Litchfield, Minnesota.
Authorities blame high winds for the crash of a single-engine plane as it tried to take off from Sawyer International Airport in the central Upper Peninsula. The pilot escaped injury.
St. Clair County sheriff’s Deputy Steve Campau says the plane crashed about 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in woods in Kimball Township near St. Clair County International Airport.
The Federal Aviation Administration says four people were aboard a single-engine Piper PA-24 Comanche that crashed about 11:15 a.m. Friday in Berrien Springs, less than two miles from the Andrews University Airpark.
The occupants were trapped in the fiery wreckage and died at the scene.
A call to the Associated Press for an explanation was not immediately returned.
“We need to understand that there isn’t some sort of negotiation or compromise with Putin,” Boris Potapenko said.
Authorities say a small plane crashed in a Michigan farm field, killing the pilot and his passenger.
Authorities say a 59-year-old pilot and his three children miraculously avoided injury when their plane crashed at a St. Clair County airport.
The plane crash happened west of the runway, just off of the Pontiac Lake boat launch.