PEMBROKE PINES, Fla. – A small plane struck a sign Thursday morning on the runway at North Perry Airport.
Greg Meyer, a spokesman for the Broward County Aviation Department, said a student was piloting the Cessna 152 when it struck an airport marker sign.
The student pilot wasn't hurt, and the plane never got off the ground.
A view from Sky 10 showed two men inspecting the plane, which was stopped in the grass next to the toppled sign.
The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating.