A U.S. cargo plane company has released the names of seven people killed when one of its planes crashed in Afghanistan.
Five of seven people killed in the crash of a civilian plane at an airfield in Afghanistan were from Michigan.
A single-engine plane has crashed in Emmet County in northern Michigan, killing the pilot.
A pilot has been found dead in the wreckage of his small plane after missing a family gathering on Thanksgiving.
The plane with two people on board went down in a swampy area near Brighton Airport.
The families of the victims of Flight 255 gathered in Romulus for a memorial on Thursday, now 25 years since the plane crashed upon takeoff, killing 156 people.
A man who recorded video as a small plane piloted by his grandfather crashed while trying to land in Monroe County says he’s “lucky to be alive.”
“You know, I just tried to calm her down and said just please don’t move until we get help. Help’s on the way. And you could hear the ambulances immediately coming,” Haupt said.
Authorities say all four people aboard a small single engine Cessna walked away following a crash Sunday near the Frankenmuth airport.
An Indiana high school basketball standout who survived a Michigan plane crash that killed his father and stepmother says he plans to play college basketball next year.
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