HASTINGS, Mich. (WOOD) - The person injured in a skydiving accident last week is a 40-year-old Lansing man, police say.
It happened around 6:25 p.m. Friday in Hastings. The man was one of four people who went up to skydive, according to Michigan State Police out of Wayland.
Police say the man was in radio contact with an instructor while descending when he started to circle and eventually spiraled out of control.
He was knocked unconscious when he hit the ground at the Hastings City Airport.
He was airlifted to a Grand Rapids hospital and is expected to survive.
The Federal Aviation Administration has been informed of the incident, MSP said.
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