A Florida man was injured Thursday when his ultralight aircraft crashed in an open field in Paulden. Yavapai County Sheriff’s officials say a motorist called 911 on Highway 89 at around 2:30 p.m. to report the accident. Deputies found the wreckage in a field some distance behind the Paulden Fire Station. The pilot, 51-year-old Kenneth Seebeck, was found conscious, but had broken bones. He was airlifted to Flagstaff Medical Center for treatment. His injuries weren’t considered life-threatening. The pilot’s father, 80-year-old George Seebeck of Dewey, was also on the scene and told deputies his son had built the ultralight and he took it to the field for its inaugural flight. He said the aircraft went down after about a minute or so after taking off. The cause of the accident is unknown.