Dixon was the pilot and sole occupant of the Beechcraft Musketeer single-engine plane.
Emergency medical providers transported Dixon to Shock Trauma.
Witnesses say the plane seemed to be flying low and struck one of the trees in the area. After striking the tree, the plane struck two homes in the area as it crashed to the ground.
Due to the severity of the crash and the fuel leak involved, the area around the crash site remains closed.
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A small plane has crashed in Maryland City in Anne Arundel County.
On Thursday morning, a small plane crashed into a residential trailer near Suburban Airport.
The crash took place around 10:30 a.m. ET at Ellen Street and South Bruce Street.
The single-engine plane is a 1941 Lockheed 18-46.
According to the Federal Aviation Administration, the plane has been de-registered and the last owner of record was Joseph Brenner of Calabassas, California.
At least two people have been taken to local hospitals. A 70-year-old man is said to be in critical condition with life-threatening injuries. At least two homes have been damaged.