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Small Plane Crash-Lands on Miami Bridge Killing One Injuring Five

Bridget Mulroy

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A small plane crashed on the Haulover Inlet Bridge of Miami on Saturday killing one and injuring five.(@jaminwell/iStock)

A deadly plane crash took place in Miami on Saturday afternoon. One person has been reported dead and five others injured. The plane landed on a Miami bridge.

A small plane lost power in the air as it attempted to make an emergency landing on the Haulover Inlet Bridge of Miami.ย 

The plane narrowly flew between vehicles on the bridge beforeย colliding head-onย with an SUV. The plane hit two other vehicles while attempting to make the crash-landing.ย 

Videoย footage of the crash shows the plane engulfed by flames. The pilot of the craft, Narisco Torres, 36 years old, was declared dead on impact.ย Local 10ย reports two of Torresโ€™ relatives who were also in the plane to have survived the crash.ย 

As for some of the other people hurt in the crash,ย fiveย total sustained injuries.ย Local 10ย reported, โ€œAida Kazakova, 34, of Sunny Isles Beach, and her two small children, a 6-year-old boy, and a 2-year-old girl, were in one of the vehicles hit by the plane.โ€

Witnesses and bystanders jumped into action to aid the people struck by the plane. The scene of the crash is still being tended to.ย 

The cause of the plane losing power has yet to be determined. A spokesperson for the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) stated, โ€œPart of the investigation will be to request radar data, weather information, air traffic control communication, airplane maintenance records, and the pilotโ€™s medical records.โ€

Another video of the disaster can be foundย here, from the Miami Herald. Some of theย videosย and details on the crash may be graphic to some readers.

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