Horrifying moment plane crashes into car and erupts in ball of flames

A fatal plane crash was captured on video after a single-engine aircraft fell from the sky and slammed into a car.

The accident, which left three dead and one other injured, was recorded on a doorbell camera in a residential area near North Perry Airport in Pembroke Pines, Florida, some 20 miles north of central Miami in the US.

The six-seater Beechcraft Bonanza plunged from the sky at around 3pm local time on Monday, March 15.

After hitting the ground, the plane skidded a short distance, striking an overhead power cable before colliding with a vehicle carrying a woman and a young child.

Eyewitness Annabelle Fernandez, who lives near the junction of Southwest 72nd Avenue and 13th Street told NBC Miami: “We heard a tremendous noise and we went out and everybody was on fire, everything was bad.

”It got to the car. It was a mother with her kid and we don’t know what happened to them. The fire rescue came and they got them.”

Burning aviation fuel spilled across the road, reaching the front yard of Florida resident Salah Elshaer, who called the emergency number 911.

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Paramedics and firefighters were scrambled to the location of the crash but both the pilot and the passenger of the aircraft were pronounced dead at the scene.

The horrific incident was recorded on Ms Fernandez’s doorbell camera.

Both the driver and the passenger of the car were cut from the vehicle and taken to Memorial Regional Hospital in serious condition –and the child has since sadly died.

The identities of the crash victims are not being released by the authorities at this time.

According to local news radio station WPLG, this is the latest in a string of five crashes in the area over the past year, involving a number of fatalities.

Local man Herman Gaston told NBC South Florida: ”Normally this is a concern about everybody around here because this has happened often enough to get concerned.”

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