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Flames erupted from the wreckage. (Source: CBS4)

Victims ID’d In Deadly Plane Crash Near Airport

Police have identified three people killed Friday afternoon after a twin-engine plane crashed near Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport.

CBS4–03/16/2013

(Source: CBSLosAngeles)

Three People Killed In Central Florida Plane Crash

Authorities are investing a small plane crash in Central Florida that left three people dead.

CBS4–02/15/2013

An ultralight plane (Source: CBS4)

Man In Hospital After Ultralight Plane Crashes Into Water

An ultralight aircraft careened into a body of water in Southwest Miami-Dade on Saturday, according to the National Transportation Safety Board’s Terry Duprewe.

02/09/2013

(Source: CBSLosAngeles)

Pilot Found Dead In Sarasota Plane Crash

The pilot of a seaplane was killed after it crashed Saturday near near the Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport.

01/13/2013

(Source: Volusia County Sheriff’s Office) Fire billows from a hole in the roof where a small experimental plane crashed through the roof of a Deland, Fla. supermarket on April 2, 2012.

Panicked Callers Flood 911 After Plane Crashes Into Fla. Publix

Five people continue to recover Tuesday after a small experimental plane crashed through the roof of a Publix supermarket in DeLand, about 40 miles north of Orlando.

CBS4–04/03/2012

Texting while driving

S. Fla. Drivers React To NTSB’s Recommended Cell Phone Ban

The National Transportation Safety Board recommended that states should ban the use of cell phones and other electronic devices by all drivers except in the case of an emergency.

CBS4–12/14/2011

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NTSB Recommends Cell Phone Ban For Drivers

If you’ve driven the savage streets of South Florida, you’ve been behind a driver more focused on their cell phone than on driving. Now, the NTSB wants to put a stop to that.

CBS4–12/13/2011

Miami International Airport

NTSB: ‘Jumper Wire’ Caused 2008 People Mover Accident At MIA

A “jumper wire” improperly installed in a people mover train at Miami International Airport caused it to crash into a wall injuring six people almost three years ago, the National Transportation Safety Board concluded Tuesday.

CBS4–11/08/2011

(Source: Walt Disney World Resorts @ 2011)

NTSB Releases Report On Disney Monorail Death

Human error is to blame for a monorail crash that killed a Walt Disney World worker in 2009, according to a federal agency.

CBS4–11/01/2011

(Source: Monroe County Sheriff's Office)

NASCAR Owner Home After Key West Runway Scare

NASCAR team owner Rick Hendrick and his wife Linda are back home in North Carolina after they suffered minor injuries Monday evening during an emergency landing at Key West International Airport.

CBS4–11/01/2011

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