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Following a loss of engine power, the aircraft impacted an occupied motor vehicle short of the runway during the attempted return to the point of departure at North Perry Airport (HWO/KHWO), Hollywood, Florida. The airplane was destroyed by the impact and post-impact fire and the two occupants onboard were fatally injured. The two occupants of the motor vehicle received serious injuries. One of those two vehicle occupants, a child, later succumbed to the injuries received.
Review of ATC audio revealed the Bonanza was cleared for takeoff on runway 10L at 14:57L. It had been instructed to depart on a left downwind. Approximately 90 seconds later, KHWO tower broadcast that the airport was closed.
According to publicly-available video from a home recording, the first point of impact was located approximately 1000 feet east of the approach end of runway 28L.
|15-Mar-2021 21:37||Geno||Updated [Source]|
|15-Mar-2021 22:02||RobertMB||Updated [Aircraft type, Operator, Phase, Nature]|
|16-Mar-2021 04:30||Geno||Updated [Other fatalities, Narrative]|
|16-Mar-2021 06:52||Airwork737||Updated [Registration, Source, Embed code]|
|16-Mar-2021 06:54||harro||Updated [Aircraft type, Registration, Cn]|
|16-Mar-2021 06:55||harro||Updated [Cn, Source, Category]|
|16-Mar-2021 07:16||RobertMB||Updated [Time, Operator, Source]|
|17-Mar-2021 10:15||aaronwk||Updated [Time, Narrative]|
|17-Mar-2021 12:55||Captain Adam||Updated [Embed code, Category]|
|21-Mar-2021 10:49||Aerossurance||Updated [Embed code, Narrative]|