The Bombardier Challenger 604 jet that crashed on Interstate 75 in southwest Florida struck two vehicles, leaving one person in critical condition and injuring several others, while two individuals were tragically killed in the plane crash. The deceased have been identified as pilot Edward Daniel Murphy and co-pilot Ian Frederick Hofmann, with the surviving passengers including crew member Sydney Ann Bosmans, and passengers Aaron Baker and Audra Green, whose injuries are currently unknown. The survivors were also caught on camera fleeing the wreckage, with the jet and its crew part of Fort Lauderdale-based Hop-A-Jet Worldwide Charter.
The crash of the Bombardier Challenger 604 jet on Interstate 75 in southwest Florida resulted in the deaths of pilot Edward Daniel Murphy and co-pilot Ian Frederick Hofmann, while the crash also left one person in critical condition and several others injured. Among the survivors are crew member Sydney Ann Bosmans, and passengers Aaron Baker and Audra Green, and their conditions remain unknown. The crash, which involved a Fort Lauderdale-based Hop-A-Jet Worldwide Charter flight, was captured on video with the surviving passengers fleeing the wreckage before the plane ignited.
The tragic crash of the Bombardier Challenger 604 jet in southwest Florida resulted in fatalities for the two pilots, and left passengers injured after the plane struck vehicles on Interstate 75. The jet’s final destination was Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport, where Hop-A-Jet’s corporate headquarters are located, and the crash is now under investigation by authorities.