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Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board officials in Broward County are currently investigating a fatal helicopter crash that claimed the lives of two individuals and injured four others Monday morning in Pompano Beach.
Authorities with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) are currently investigating a plane crash that claimed the lives of two individuals last Sunday evening near an airport in Palm Beach County.
Multiple law enforcement agencies in Sarasota County, as well as federal authorities with the National Transportation Safety Board and the Federal Aviation Administration, are currently investigating a fatal plane accident that claimed the lives of two people over the weekend.
The bustling community of Pembroke Pines made national headlines earlier this week as three people were killed after a single-engine airplane presumably suffered an unspecified mechanical failure and crash-landed close to North Perry Airport on Monday, March 15th, 2021, in South Florida. The entire fatal aviation accident was captured by a neighborhood Ring doorbell video which revealed that right before the aircraft came to a stop in a grassy patch of land, the small Beechcraft Bonanza collided with an electrical power line and an SUV that happened to be driving through the area.
It has been confirmed that seven employees from Boca Raton real estate firm Pebb Enterprises perished in a fiery plane crash on Tuesday, just outside of Akron, Ohio. The team had been traveling to visit several property sites throughout the Midwest, prior to arriving in Akron just before 3 p.m.
On March 22nd, 2015, three people were killed when the helicopter they were riding in, crashed in College Park, near Orlando, Florida. The three people were identified as Harry Anderson, 42, Bruce Teitelbaum, 48, and Marsha Khan, 55.
Faulty maintenance work could have been the cause of a plane crash that killed four people, according to an initial report from the National Transportation Safety Board.