Pembroke Park, FL (August 30, 2020) - Two people were killed when a small plane crashed into a parking lot in Pembroke Park on Saturday. The incident took place on Pembroke Park Road at the Pembroke Park Self Storage building.
According to authorities, a twin-engine aero commander plane was involved in the crash. There were two people on board the plane at the time of the collision. Both occupants died as a result of the crash. At this time, there is no information on what may have caused the accident to occur. Neither of the victims has been identified by authorities, and it is not clear where the plane was headed at the time it crashed.
An investigation remains ongoing. There is no further information available.
Each year in Florida, there are a number of individuals who are killed in plane crashes involving small personal aircraft. These accidents can occur for a variety of reasons including pilot error, weather conditions, and mechanical malfunction. Many Florida aviation accidents are avoidable. Plane crash investigations can be extremely complicated and can take a substantial amount of time to complete in order to determine exactly how the incident occurred.
We offer our most sincere condolences to the families who lost loved ones in this tragic Pembroke Pines plane crash.
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