(CENTRAL FLORIDA) — Two adults, and one minor survived after their plane crashed into a body of water in Central Floria after taking off from Opa-Locka on Friday afternoon, officials say.
The Federal Aviation Administration said a Cirrus Vision SF50 — with a parachute on its back end — crashed as it was approaching Kissimmee Gateway Airport, Friday afternoon.
The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office responded to a plane crash Friday afternoon after receiving a call about a plane crash.
Deputies said three people were inside the plane, including one minor. One adult and one minor walked away without injuries while another adult had to be transported to the hospital.
The passenger who was hospitalized had serious injuries but is in stable condition.
The FAA and National Transportation Safety Board are investigating.