A woman is recovering at the hospital after she was injured when a small plane crash landed in a Detroit neighborhood late Monday night.
Theresa Surles, 38, was getting out of her car when she was hit by a live wire that was downed in the crash. Family tells us she is expected to be OK and could be released from the hospital soon.
The plane, a small Cesna type, went down near Shoemaker and Cooper. Police say the plane ran out of gas.
We're told the 18-year-old pilot was alone in the plane and was not injured.
The plane is registered to Drake Aerial Enterprises LLC out of Genoa, Ohio. Sources are telling 7 Action News the plane was towing a banner over Monday night's fireworks on the Detroit River.
The plane is now at Coleman A. Young International Airport.
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