plane crash in Flagler County 2 hurt
Flagler County, Florida – Two 2 people sustained minor injuries in the crash of a northbound single-engine I-95 on Monday.
the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office said.
Single-Engine Plane Crashes on I-95 South of State Road 100, Two Occupants Only Scratched
That plane’s engine failed about three miles from the airport of Flagler County Executive.
It happened at about 1 p.m., near the mile mark 279, Flagler Beach, and the plane fell upside down.
According to the Florida Highway Patrol, the plane crashed into the MM279 south of the Old Dixie Parkway, already near Palm Coast.
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There were two 2 people on board this plane who sustained minor injuries.
According to the Florida Highway Patrol as we reported:
“This aircraft lost power, and the pilot attempted an emergency landing on the northbound runways of the I-95.
As the pilot tried and tried over and over again, the plane’s wing unfortunately hit the tractor-trailer assembly
and was redirected back to the tree line.”
_For your information, the pilot and co-pilot were able to get out of the plane on their own with some minor injuries.
_It was reported that the pilot had already left the New Smyrna Beach area… and was heading to Flagler Airport to travel.
_But the federal authorities have been contacted to stop it for further investigations.”