A Small Plane Crash Claims 3 Lives in Florida Mobile Home Park

A Small Plane Crash Claims 3 Lives in Florida Mobile Home Park

A Small Plane Crash Claims 3 Lives in Florida: The Clearwater Fire and Rescue Department says that several people were killed when an aeroplane crashed into a mobile home park in Clearwater, Florida, on Thursday evening.

A preliminary report from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) says that a Beechcraft Bonanza V35 crashed into a neighbourhood in Clearwater, Florida, around 7 p.m. local time on Thursday after the pilot reported an engine failure.

A Small Plane Crash Claims 3 Lives in Florida Mobile Home Park

The report says that three people died in the plane crash: two people on the ground and the pilot, who was the only person on board.

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FOX 13 Tampa Bay said the plane hit the Bayside Waters mobile home park, which used to be called Japanese Gardens, on U.S. 19 south of the Clearwater Mall and set fire to a house.

Clearwater Fire Chief Scott Ehlers told the news media Thursday night that the fire had spread to three other homes. He said that three buildings “definitely” have fire damage and that another house may also have been destroyed.

Ehlers said that the plane was found inside one of the buildings and that “several fatalities” had been reported from both the plane and the mobile home it crashed into.

“We’re on scene of a small plane crash at a mobile home park south of Clearwater Mall. Multiple mobile homes have caught fire. Firefighters from multiple jurisdictions are on scene,” fire officials wrote on X, formerly known as Twitter.

A video from the scene shows a huge fireball coming out of the park.

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