STURGEON BAY, Wis. (AP) -

Authorities in northeastern Wisconsin say the pilot of a small aircraft ran out of fuel and crash-landed short of the runway, leaving the man with unspecified injuries.

The Door County sheriff's office says the crash occurred Saturday about 11:30 a.m.

Deputies say the 50-year-old was trying to land at the Door County Cherryland Airport near Sturgeon Bay. They say he ran out of fuel and made an emergency landing in a grassy area about 200 feet short of the runway.

The aircraft flipped over and landed on its top. The pilot, the lone occupant, was able to get out on his own.

The man's injuries aren't considered serious.