Airplanes involved Pembroke Pines crash Three people were killed, including a 4-year-old boy in the backseat of his mother’s SUV, according to a preliminary accident report released by the National Transportation Safety Board on Tuesday.
One witness told investigators that the engine had been “sputtered” and “engine flashed back” before leaving North Perry Airport on March 15. Another witness said the plane was very low and was climbing at a “very slow speed.”
The plane was reportedly about 100 to 200 feet past the runway when the engine broke down.
On March 15, Beechcraft Bonanza descended near 1300 blocks on 72nd Street in Southwest at around 3 pm. According to a new report, the right wing of the plane collided with the street and the side of the SUV at the same time. According to investigators, it took about two seconds for the engine to leave the plane and catch fire.
Investigators said they used video containing graphic footage from a doorbell camera shared by residents with the Miami Herald shortly after the crash.
Some SUVs Megan Bishop, Hollywood Hills Elementary Paraprofessional, and her 4-year-old son Taylor. Bishop was able to escape, but her son had to be separated from the wreckage. He later died in the hospital.
The· Two men on an airplane, Grant Hustad Jr. (71 years old) and Yaacov Nahom (63 years old) died in shock. According to the report, both were certified pilots and it was not clear which one was steering at the time of the crash.