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Four people were taken to the hospital following a plane crash Wednesday, near the Warren County Airport. The small aircraft — a Piper 28 — crashed shortly after takeoff as it circled back to land shortly after 4 p.m. near Mulford and Greentree roads, northwest of the city of Lebanon in Warren County, according to Ohio Highway Patrol Lt. Mike Sanders. The plane was carrying four people from Colorado, including the pilot, identified as Zeb Bowles, 32, and his 30-year-old wife, Katherine. Investigators said Zeb Bowles suffered minor injuries, but his wife was unconscious and taken by CareFlight to Miami Valley Hospital with serious injuries. Wilson Bowles, 22, and Zachary Bowles, 30, were also on the plane. Zeb, Wilson and Zachary are brothers. They suffered minor injuries and were taken to Atrium Medical Center. “They noticed a compartment door open so they were circling back, and (Zeb) lost control. He went through a split in the power lines, and hit on the nose of the plane. It was on fire, but put out quickly,” Sanders said.