New video shows different angle of deadly plane crash on Miami-Dade bridge

There is new video of the deadly plane crash that happened on a bridge in Miami-Dade County on Saturday, as well as new information about the people involved..

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Fla. – There is new video of the deadly plane crash that happened on a bridge in Miami-Dade County on Saturday.

A small, single-engine plane lost power in midair and attempted to land on the Haulover Inlet bridge, flying right in between traffic before hitting an SUV head-on.

New video taken from the bridge shows the plane flying over vehicles, with one SUV swerving to avoid it, moments before it crashed down.

The pilot of the small plane, Narciso Torres, 36, lost his life after the wreckage burst into flames.

Emergency calls went out seconds after the plane first appeared over the bridge as the Cessna 172 clipped two vehicles before making a crash landing.

Witnesses jumped into action to try and help the victims, as seen on multiple cellphone videos.

Dashcam video shows a small plane flying dangerously low before it crash lands on the Haulover Inlet bridge, killing the pilot and injuring several others.

Bystanders were in shock, though video showed some risked their own lives to get to the victims.

Torres was a longtime Miami-based air traffic controller.

Two of Torres’ relatives were also aboard the plane. They survived, though one is still recovering in the hospital with extensive burns.

A pair of victims on the ground were also injured in the crash that happened in broad daylight on a Saturday afternoon.

A mother, Aida Kazakova, 34, of Sunny Isles Beach, and her two small children, a 6-year-old boy and a 2-year-old girl, were in one of the vehicles hit by the plane.

The National Transportation Safety Board is currently sifting through what’s left of the aircraft wreckage.

A spokesperson for the NTSB released a statement to Local 10 News, which read, in part:

“Part of the investigation will be to request radar data, weather information, air traffic control communication, airplane maintenance records and the pilot’s medical records.”

The FAA said the plane had departed from North Perry Airport and was heading to Key West.

The investigation could take up to two years to complete.

About the Author:

Terrell Forney joined Local 10 News in October 2005 as a general assignment reporter. He was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, but a desire to escape the harsh winters of the north brought him to South Florida.