A Beechcraft 1900C, registered as YV1674 (msn UC-47), operated by Servicio Pan Americano de Protección of Venezuela, crashed into trees two miles west-southwest of Miami Executive Airport (TMB) (formerly Kendall-Tamiami Airport) after takeoff at approximately 2:40 pm (1440) local time yesterday (February 11) according to an eyewitness and Miami Dade Police. Four people on board were killed in the crash. The aircraft had departed the airport bound for Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos Islands when it reported a problem and was attempting to return to the airport when it crashed.
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“The Venezuelan company is the pioneer and leader in the integral processing of valuables and associated risks. In 2008, we celebrated our 50th anniversary safeguarding the product of the efforts of all Venezuelans, with the highest levels of security, professionalism and efficiency. Every day we work to add value to Venezuela.”
Read the report (with photos) from the Miami Herald: CLICK HERE
Photo of the aircraft: CLICK HERE
Map: Google Map.