CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A pilot has survived crash-landing a small airplane on a steep, winding section of Wyoming interstate highway known to be treacherous for drivers.
The Wyoming Highway Patrol says 67-year-old Steven Stam, of Holland, Michigan, was hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries Friday after putting down his single-engine plane on Interstate 80.
Ivinson Memorial Hospital officials declined to disclose Stam's condition.
The crash happened in Telephone Canyon about 4 miles east of Laramie.
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