Oakland Park Fire-Rescue works to stabilize South Florida airplane crash scene.
Oakland Park, FL(JusticeNewsFlash.com)–A twin-engine Cessna 421 airplane taking off from Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport slammed into a home South Florida around 11:20 a.m. Friday morning. Oakland Park Fire-Rescue, U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) www.faa.gov officials and other South Florida emergency response agencies are working to stabilize the explosive plane crash scene at an Oakland Park area residence.
FAA records show the airplane’s owner as Sebring Air Charter in Tamarac, Florida a suburb of Ft. Lauderdale. The plane was flying to Fernandina Beach, a suburb of Jacksonville, Florida, where aviation officials were expecting the plane to land at about 1 p.m. Air traffic controllers were radioed by the pilot in Fort Lauderdale shortly after take off signaling trouble. The pilot was instructed to turn around and land. Aviation accident investigators are speculating the pilot was attempting to return the twin-engine plane but crashed into the South Florida area home, slicing it in half.
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