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Plane crash causes deadly park fire in Florida


Somewhat plane crashed into a trailer park in Clearwater, Florida, on Thursday night. This set off a fire, which quickly spread to the mobile homes. The fire, according to firefighters, was very large.


At 7:08 p.m., firefighters received a call about a plane crash and immediately responded to the scene.

Clearwater's Fire Boss, Scott Ehlers, said they got a call simultaneously the air terminal said a plane was in a difficult situation.

The aviation authority heard the pilot say "mayday" before the plane disappeared.

Broken pieces can be seen all over the road in a video of the collision at the Bayside Waters mobile home park.

Boss Ehlers let the news know that four trailers were exceptionally harmed, and one was hit by the plane.


He claimed that the fires were quickly put out.

No one was found when three houses were checked for people. Individuals residing in the houses were inside when the plane crashed however they had the option to get out securely.

The trailer that was struck by the plane is still being searched for by investigators.

The pilot is thought to have died, he said.


The FAA said the plane that crashed was a single-engine Beechcraft Bonanza V35. The plane had a motor disappointment before the accident.

The assertion said we don't have the foggiest idea the number of individuals that were on the boat.


The FAA and NTSB will investigate the accident and figure out what occurred.

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