At approximately 3:15 p.m. on Friday, February 9, the Bombardier Challenger 600 jet crashed onto Interstate 75 close to Naples.

Latest Updates From the World : A small plane crashed on a Florida roadway, killing at least two passengers before it caught fire. Around 3:15 p.m. on Friday, February 9, a Bombardier Challenger 600 plane crashed into Interstate 75 close to Naples. Out of the five passengers, the Collier County Sheriff’s Office verified that two of them perished.

Videos circulating on social media depict the aircraft burning, spewing out dense, black smoke.

According to the New York Post, the Florida Highway Patrol verified that at least two more automobiles were also involved. Naples Airport informed WBBH that the aircraft, which was apparently flying from Ohio to Naples, went down after reporting an engine failure.

The plane, which had left Columbus at 1 pm, was supposed to land at Naples airport at 3:21 pm, according to flight data.

in a recent message on Facebook. “The Federal Aviation Administration has closed a large section of Interstate 75 in Collier County to investigate the crash of an aircraft with two confirmed fatalities,” the Collier County Sheriff’s office said. Imokalee Road, located at mile marker 111, is blocked to southbound traffic, while Golden Gate Parkway, located at mile marker 105, is restricted to northbound traffic. It is anticipated that the shutdown will remain in place for a long time.

The statement went on, “FHP and the Collier County Sheriff’s Office are helping with traffic and scene security. In order to ascertain when certain lanes in the impacted area can reopen to traffic, we are also collaborating with the FAA.

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