Columbus plane crash survivor out of hospital

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The passenger who survived a plane crash into a Columbus home last month is now out of the hospital.

Dennis King, 60, is back home after being hospitalized for more than three weeks. King suffered second and third-degree burns and broken ribs in the plane crash in July.

The pilot, 81-year-old Gerald Clayton, died from his injuries a week after the crash.

The kit-built plane lost power shortly after take off. A woman inside the house was not injured.