Florida Aviation Accident Lawyers
According to a press release from the Federal Aviation Administration, one person was killed and five others were injured over the weekend after a single-engine aircraft crashed along the Haulover Inlet Bridge and collided with an SUV in Miami-Dade County.
Four members of a family were killed in a South Florida plane crash and investigators are still trying to determine the reason. It could take weeks for investigators to sift through the rubble and determine a cause.
911 operators were flooded with calls after a helicopter crashed into a house in Orlando on March 24. They reported seeing large amounts of smoke coming from the house after the accident.
An aborted training mission killed 11 members of the military along the Florida Gulf Coast on March 13th. The mission, which took place in a narrow body of water between the mainland of northern Florida and a barrier island, was aborted due to extreme fog and bad weather.
Weather can be a challenge for anyone operating a small airplane. Wind, rain, clouds and other weather-related phenomena can have a significant impact on a pilot’s ability to operate a small plane. Authorities are trying to determine if weather was a factor in a Florida plane crash that killed a 38-year-old Japanese woman.
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and National Transportation and Safety Board (NTSB) officials are investigating a recent Florida aviation accident near Winter Haven that killed the pilot and his passenger. Accident investigators say that a 60-year-old Zephyrhills woman and a 61-year-old Inverness man were the only two people aboard an ultralight aircraft when it crashed. They say that the pilot of the Airborne Windsport experimental aircraft was performing touch-and-go maneuvers when the aircraft hit the ground, flipped and skidded nearly 200 feet before stopping. Early indicators suggest there was a gust of wind that may have contributed to the pilot losing control of his aircraft.