The chronicling of airline industry mishaps continues.
Adding to the misery of the airline industry, a small jet crashed onto a car on a highway in Naples, Florida, on Friday.
A twin-engine private business jet crashed traveling from Ohio State University Airport to Florida and reportedly left two people dead.
Check out footage of the wreck below:
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A private plane with five on board has crashed into a vehicle on a Florida highway causing a massive explosion.
Video footage captured by drivers show the aftermath of the accident, revealing burning flames emanating from the plane as a brave bystander is seen rushing toward the smoke.
The incident occurred on I-75 in Collier County near Pine Ridge Rd.
Five people were on board the Bombardier Challenger 600 jet, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.
The pilot had reported that both engines had failed as he was preparing for landing – before crashing onto Interstate 75 near Naples around 3:15 pm and colliding with a vehicle on the road.
The flight was traveling to the Naples Airport from Ohio State, according to FlightAware data.
WINK News reports three of the five people in the jet miraculously made it out alive.
Check out flight traffic control audio of the moments before the crash.
Some online questioned whether the incident could be the result of an inexperienced DEI pilot.
The crash comes as the airline industry has been plagued by several incidents in recent weeks.