Horror second jet aircraft lands on motorway killing two

A aircraft in Florida has burst into flames, leaving passengers fleeing the wreckage of a crash which killed two.

Sydney Ann Bosmans, 27, and passengers Aaron Baker, 35, and Audra Green, 23, had been seen sprinting away from the crash on a freeway because it did not make an emergency touchdown at Naples airport.

The aircraft careered into the wall of the 75 close to Collier County, killing pilot Edward Daniel Murphy, 50, and co-pilot Ian Frederick Hofmann, 65, when the aircraft’s engines failed.

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Plane crash in Florida
A aircraft has crashed onto a freeway in Florida and burst right into a ball of flames

New footage from eye-witness Kyle Caaliere revealed the horror screams of the surviving passengers as they ran from the burning wreckage.

As three folks ran away Kyle shouted: “Is there anybody else in there?” A lady shouted again: “Yes, yes our pilots,” a girl screams again. Asked if the pilots had been alive, the lady mentioned: “I don’t know. I don’t know much else.”

Previous audio revealed the ultimate moments of the aircraft pilot, who mentioned: “We’re not going to make it to the runway. We lost both engines” earlier than crashing close to Pine Ridge Road.

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Three folks had been seen fleeing the positioning of the fiery wreckage

A frantic change was heard between the 2 pilots as one might be heard saying they had been going to try an “emergency landing”. At least three had been reported injured within the small craft’s sudden touchdown.

The pilot added: “OK, Challenger, Hop-A-Jet 823, lost both engines, emergency. I’m making an emergency landing.” Ambulances then rushed to the scene as air site visitors management at Naples airport had been made conscious of the emergency.

Despite being given clearance to land, the pilot rapidly introduced: “We’re clear to land but we’re not gonna make the runway. We’ve lost both engines. Another controller was heard raising the alarm, adding: “Everybody stands by, there’s an emergency in progress, everyone stands by.”

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