DETROIT (WWJ) – A woman who was injured during a small plane crash during the annual fireworks display along the Detroit River late last month has died.

Theresa Surles, who was hit with a live power line that was brought down during the June 27 crash, died Wednesday.

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Surles, 38, was getting out of her car when the Cessna crash landed in her neighborhood near Cooper and Shoemaker, in the area of I-94 and Gratiot.

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Police say the airplane, which was flying a banner over the giant crowd of bystanders nearby, ran out of gas. The 18-year-old pilot was not hurt.

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