Two killed in a Piper PA-28’s Plane crashes near Florida airport, west of Daytona BeachTwo people (Federal Aviation Administration pilot examiner and his student ) killed in a Piper PA-28’s Plane crashes near Florida airport, west of Daytona Beach
The plane belonging to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and it was on a flight training mission when shortly after takeoff from Daytona Beach International Airport, it crashed
The plane crashed about 25 yards west of Tomoka Farms Road, near the Daytona Flea & Farmers Market.
the plane crashed calls came in at 9:54 a.m. with witnesses saying they saw a wing fall off a plane before it crashed.
The wing was across Tomoka Farms, to the east and 150-200 yards from the rest of the mangled fuselage.
Federal Aviation Administration pilot examiner is a Navy veteran
Ginger Pinholster Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University spokesperson said that “We are devastated by today’s tragic aircraft accident that has taken the lives of one of our students as well as another member of the aviation family, an FAA-designated pilot examiner, “We are devoting every ounce of our energy to learning the details of what happened, and we are working closely with authorities to do so. … Our entire community is heartbroken. Our deepest sympathies go out to all those affected by this devastating loss.”