DeLand, FL (October 1, 2019) - Authorities have identified the three people who lost their lives following a tragic plane crash in DeLand. The crash was first reported around 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, September 29th.
Authorities responded to the scene in an area just off of State Road 44 and Grand Avenue. The Volusia County Sheriff's Office says that three people were killed when the small plane came to a crash landing and then caught fire. Deputies say that the crash killed 27-year-old Armand Girouard, 32-year-old Ernendro Philippe, and 34-year-old Shawna Carbonaro. Both the Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board are currently investigating the accident.
There is no further information available.
We wish to extend our thoughts and sympathies to the families of the victims in this tragic plane crash in DeLand. While air travel is generally considered a safe method of travel, it is not without its risks. A plane crash often has devastating effects and leaves family members behind after their loved one has been taken in the crash. Any type of aviation accident is usually very complicated and must be investigated in order to determine the cause of the crash.
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