Four dead after two planes crash mid-air in Florida
Four people have died after two small planes crashed mid-air in Lake Hartridge, Florida, on the afternoon of Tuesday, 7 March.
The casualties included a 19-year-old student pilot, according to the Polk County Sheriff’s Office.
Authorities confirmed that the aircrafts were a Piper J-3 Cub sea plane operated by Jack Brown’s Seaplane Base and a Cherokee Piper 161 fixed-wing plane operated by Sunrise Aviation.
The victims have been identified as Faith Irene Baker, 24, Zachary Jean Mace, Randall Elbert Crawford, 67, and Louis C. Defazio, 78.
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