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Two Passengers Die in Small Plane Crash on Florida Highway

According to reports, two passengers have died in a plane crash on Florida highway. The remaining three people who were also on the plane are undergoing surgery.

A small passenger jet carrying five passengers on board from Ohio to Naples Airport crashed. According to the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), the pilot radioed about the engine failure soon after it took off. 

The pilot attempted an immediate landing on Interstate 75 in southwest Florida. Colliding with two vehicles. A plane crash on a Florida highway affects a pickup truck and a car. However, so far, there has been no news of any casualties among the people traveling in both vehicles.

The Bombardier Challenger 600 private jet was flying to Naples Airport when both of its turbofan engines failed. According to the reports, the pilot radioed about the engine failure to the staff and then attempted to land on the busy Florida highway. 

Casualties in the plane crash on Florida highway

The crashed jet was carrying five passengers, according to NTSB and the Federal Aviation Administration. However, only three of all five passengers survived the dangerous plane crash. Two passengers were killed on the spot. 

The crash landing took place near the Pine Ridge Road exit in Collier Country. Authorities have not revealed anything about the passengers in the car and pickup truck. The FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board will investigate the crash. 

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The locals who have witnessed the crash said the plane was over our heads by inches, and it took a hard right and skid across the highway. They revealed that the flames were not there until the plane touched the land. 

The flames and smoke spread right after the plane touched the vehicles and surroundings. 

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