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Two cars hit in Naples plane crash, injuring one person – NBC 6 South Florida

The Bombardier Challenger 604 jet that crashed Friday on Interstate 75 in southwest Florida struck two vehicles traveling on the highway, the Federal Aviation Administration revealed Monday.

A person inside one of the vehicles was seriously injured, while three other people escaped unhurt, according to a preliminary FAA report.

The identities of the people in the cars have not been released.

Meanwhile, five people were on board the plane, according to the FAA. The two victims who died were pilot Edward Daniel Murphy, 50, of Oakland Park and second-in-command Ian Frederick Hofmann, 65, of Pompano Beach, the Collier County Sheriff’s Office announced on social media Saturday.

Those who survived include Jupiter crew member Sydney Ann Bosmans, 23, and passengers Aaron Baker, 35, and Audra Green, 23, both of Columbus, Ohio. It is not known if they were injured.

They are also believed to be the same three people filmed fleeing the wreckage, claiming two pilots were still inside the plane as it caught fire.

The plane and its pilot and co-pilot are believed to have been part of Fort Lauderdale-based Hop-A-Jet Worldwide Charter.

The jet’s final destination was Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport, where Hop-A-Jet’s headquarters is located.

In a statement released Monday, Hop-A-Jet said it was providing support to those affected by the accident.

“We mourn the loss of two close friends and colleagues whose actions spared the lives of their passengers and many other potential victims on the ground. Thanks to their efforts, our flight attendant was able to help both passengers get off the plane safely. the efforts have been incredibly courageous and selfless,” the statement read. “We are working tirelessly to support the families of our crew and passengers. At the same time, we are closely participating in the investigation by the NTSB, the FAA and the aircraft manufacturer. As with any aviation investigation, the NTSB is the sole official communicator. information relating to accidents.”

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