911 calls released in plane crash that killed 3
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (WSVN) -- Officials have released the 911 calls made from frantic people who witnessed a horrific and deadly plane crash.
"I can see that it crashed into ... oh, my God, I don't think there's any survivors," said one woman.
Last week, the twin engine plane carrying pilot Steven Waller, 65, Wally Watson, 66 and his son, Kevin Watson, 30, lost power shortly after take-off from Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport and crashed into a nearby car repo parking lot.
The plane and several cars burst into flames after impact. No one on the ground was injured.
NTSB officials are looking at what's left of the plane to try and determine the cause of the crash. The maintenance history, the pilot's emergency call and the newly released 911 calls will also be part of the investigation.
Officials said Waller, a 16-year veteran pilot, was the founder of Avionics Engineering.
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