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Reprinted from the Holland Sentinel.  By Staff report

Holland, Mich.

A Holland man was able to safely glide his small airplane to a landing when he lost power near Holland State Park on Sunday, but received minor injuries in the process, according to the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office.

Steven Stam, 66, was flying his single-engine 1966 Alon A2 fixed-wing plane northward shortly before 7 p.m. Sunday, July 19, when the engine stopped working. He glided to a landing in the dune grass behind Spyglass Condominiums.

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