BATAVIA, N.Y. – A western New York businessman is recovering from accidents suffered when his personal jet slid off an icy runway at a Michigan airport.
Authorities say 60-yr-previous Peter Zeliff of Batavia in Genesee County was on the controls of his twin-engine plane when the crash occurred Monday morning after he landed at a small airport in Howell, 50 miles northwest of Detroit.
The plane’s wings sheared off and caught hearth. Zeliff was pulled from the overturned fuselage by witnesses who included Howell’s mayor.
Kathy Zeliff informed Michigan’s Livingston Day by day that her husband suffered a again damage and stays hospitalized on the College of Michigan Hospital in Ann Arbor.
She stated he flew his Textron 525C commuter jet to Michigan to select up provides for his firm, P.W. Minor, a one hundred fifty-yr-previous shoe firm in Batavia.
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