- Single-engine Beechcraft Bonanza plane crashed in Pembroke Pines, Florida, shortly after it took off from North Perry Airport at around 3pm Monday
- Neighbor’s Ring camera caught the plane crashing into passing SUV and bursting into flames
- Plane’s two occupants were pronounced dead at the scene
- Woman and young child who were riding in the SUV suffered serious injuries
A small plane fell out of the sky over suburban Miami on Monday and crashed into a passing car, killing the aircraft’s two occupants and injuring a mother and child riding in the vehicle.
According to the Federal Aviation Administration, a single-engine Beechcraft Bonanza plane crashed in Pembroke Pines shortly after it took off from North Perry Airport at around 3pm.
Pembroke Pines Police and Fire Rescue crews responded to the fiery scene near Southwest 72nd Avenue and 13th Street.