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Dramatic camera images of the body have captured first aid workers who were looking for survivors of a small aircraft accident in DeLand, Florida where three people were dead on Sunday afternoon

Dramatic footage of first aid workers in search of survivors of a small plane crash in the Florida forests where three people died

  • The Cessna 421 plane crashed into the forest and flew around 16:00 Sunday near De Land, just north of Orlando.
  • The authorities said that all three people on board the aircraft were found dead
  • Recordings from the camera of an officer showed first aid workers and witnesses nearby running through the woods in search of the crash site
  • They could drag the three bodies out of the plane wreck
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Dramatic camera images of the body have captured first aid workers in search of survivors of a small plane crash in Florida in which three people died.

The Cessna 421 plane crashed into the forest and flew around 4 p.m. on Sunday near De Land, just north of Orlando.

Authorities said that all three people aboard the aircraft were found dead on the spot.

Dramatic camera images of the body have captured first aid workers who were looking for survivors of a small aircraft accident in DeLand, Florida where three people were dead on Sunday afternoon

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Dramatic camera images of the body have captured first aid workers who were looking for survivors of a small aircraft accident in DeLand, Florida where three people were dead on Sunday afternoon

Recordings from the camera of an officer showed first aid workers and witnesses nearby running through the woods in search of the crash site.

They could drag the three bodies out of the plane wreck.

The office of the Volusia Sheriff said the three adults had no pulses when they were found.

The identity of the victims has not yet been released.

Several witnesses in the area reported that they had seen the plane crash.

The bodies of the three people on board were dragged from the wreck, but none of them had pulses, Volusia Sheriff & # 39; s Office said

The bodies of the three people on board were dragged from the wreck, but none of them had pulses, Volusia Sheriff & # 39; s Office said

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The bodies of the three people on board were dragged from the wreck, but none of them had pulses, Volusia Sheriff & # 39; s Office said

The Cessna 421 plane crashed into the forest and flew around 16:00 Sunday near De Land, just north of Orlando.

The Cessna 421 plane crashed into the forest and flew around 16:00 Sunday near De Land, just north of Orlando.

The Cessna 421 plane crashed into the forest and flew around 16:00 Sunday near De Land, just north of Orlando.

Recordings from the camera of an officer showed first aid workers and witnesses in the neighborhood who ran through the forest to the burning wreck

Recordings from the camera of an officer showed first aid workers and witnesses in the neighborhood who ran through the forest to the burning wreck

Recordings from the camera of an officer showed first aid workers and witnesses in the neighborhood who ran through the forest to the burning wreck

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They reported that they saw the twin-engine plane roll over before it rolled down and crashed.

Several explosions also took place at the time after the crash.

The Florida Forest Service provided a bulldozer to help open a path to the crash site.

Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Arlene Salac said the agency is investigating.

The National Transportation Safety Board will determine the likely cause of the crash.

Several witnesses in the area reported that they had seen the plane crash. Aerial photos showed smoke from the forest after several explosions when the plane crashed
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Several witnesses in the area reported that they had seen the plane crash. Aerial photos showed smoke from the forest after several explosions when the plane crashed

Several witnesses in the area reported that they had seen the plane crash. Aerial photos showed smoke from the forest after several explosions when the plane crashed

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