A small plane crashed on a bridge in Miami Beach, injuring at least six

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As a result of the impact, the single-engine aircraft caught fire, leaving a column of black smoke.

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A small plane crashed this Saturday on one of the access bridges Miami Beachin Florida (USA), which was affecting one of the moving cars, injured six people with initial balance, two in critical condition, officials reported.

As a result of the impact, the single-engine aircraft caught fire, leaving a column of black smoke.

Miami-Dade Fire Department A total of six people are being treated in the medical centers with injuries of varying degrees, the report said.

Two of these seriously injured were referred Ryder Trauma Center, Dell Hospital Jackson Memorialof Miami, while others were taken to local hospitals with non-life-threatening injuries.

Firefighters also informed that the fire has already been brought under control and debris has been collected.

Images broadcast on local television portal NBC6Apparently taken from a mobile phone, the device was shown engulfed in flames while a dozen drivers passing through the area got out of their cars, apparently scared.

One of the cars was hit by a plane and you can see that the whole part of it is destroyed.

happened in the event Hallover Inlet BridgeOne of the bridges that communicated with the island of Miami Beach, confirmed officials.

mark Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)The aircraft was a single-engined Cessna 172 that had lost power about 5 miles (8 km) east before crashing on the bridge. OPA Loka AirportThis afternoon has passed.

There were three people aboard the device, who were picked up by local channel 10 without informing them about their health condition.

According to the FAA, the plane took off from here Fort Lauderdale International Airport (North of Miami) and headed to Key West International Airport when the accident happened.

The Miami-Dade Police Department said on Twitter that the section of Collins Avenue between 96th and 163th Streets, which is being controlled by the FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board, has been closed to investigate the incident.

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