Two Planes Collide in the Air at a Florida Airpark
GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FL – According to an online news report at 660citynews.com, local law enforcement state that two small aircraft collided into one another while flying close to a Florida airpark.*
Authorities say two small planes have collided while flying near a Florida airpark. Per the Federal Aviation Administration, the crash occurred earlier this week as the planes were flying close to Haller Airpark located in Green Cove Springs.
According to the Clay County Sheriff’s Office, deputies and detectives came to the site of the crash. It appears that one of the planes crashed into a wooded area close to the airpark, while the other plane went down at the Clay County Fairgrounds, which is located seven miles away from the airpark.
It is not clear as to the identity of the plane occupants or whether there were any deaths or associated injuries. The accident remains under investigation by the Federal Aviation Administration as well as the National Transportation Safety Board. There are no further details on the accident at this time.
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