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Authorities with the Marion County Sheriff’s Office are working to ascertain the causes behind a fatal aviation accident that took place inside the town of Anthony, at the Jumbolair Airport, that involved one of the planes housed there. What we know at this time is that at least one person is dead as the result of some sort of malfunction or navigational error, and that this person died after the plain in which they were traveling crashed close to the runway.
Around 2:00 Wednesday morning, in Florida’s Orange County, a helicopter landed in the center of Westbound U.S. Highway 192, near State Road 429 and Walt Disney World, to pick up a man who had been struck by a car. A report released by Florida Highway Patrol deputies says that the helicopter had landed on the roadway and crews were in the process of evacuating the injured man when a car, driven by the 20-year-old Cameron Sunderly, blew through the roadblock and collided with the helicopter’s tail end.
A plane crash in Volusia County on October 10th, left one man dead and two others injured. The small Cessna plane, which had three people on board, crashed shortly before 2 p.m. near Bunnell Road in Seville, an unincorporated community in the northern portion of the county, according to Andrew Gant, spokesman for the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office.
Flying a single-engine plane can be dangerous even for an experienced pilot. They are often called “Doctor Killers” for a reason. People with a moderate amount of disposable income can operate a small plane, but those aircraft are more likely to experience problems.
A man got one heck of scare after taking off in a plane from Sebastian Municipal Airport in Sebastian, Florida. He was just going for a leisurely afternoon flight when everything went wrong in a hurry.
An aviation accident near Leesburg has claimed the life of one man and critically injured a woman. The accident occurred around 2:35 p.m. on Christmas Eve. Witnesses told accident investigators that they heard an aircraft’s engine cutting in and out in the moments before the crash but assumed that the airplane making the noise was one of many stunt aircraft that fly out of nearby Leesburg Airport. A spokesman for the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) said the agency will be investigating the crash as soon as they can get an accident investigation team to the crash site.