PLANE CRASH: The Beech 1900C aircraft lies in a field just off Krome Avenue and Southwest 144th Street on Feb. 11, 2015, after it crashed while en route to Venezuela. A preliminary NTSB report revealed that the plane’s left engine propeller was overhauled in Opa-locka Executive Airport and installed at Miami Executive Airport two days prior to the flight.
PLANE CRASH: The Beech 1900C aircraft lies in a field just off Krome Avenue and Southwest 144th Street on Feb. 11, 2015, after it crashed while en route to Venezuela. A preliminary NTSB report revealed that the plane’s left engine propeller was overhauled in Opa-locka Executive Airport and installed at Miami Executive Airport two days prior to the flight. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF
PLANE CRASH: The Beech 1900C aircraft lies in a field just off Krome Avenue and Southwest 144th Street on Feb. 11, 2015, after it crashed while en route to Venezuela. A preliminary NTSB report revealed that the plane’s left engine propeller was overhauled in Opa-locka Executive Airport and installed at Miami Executive Airport two days prior to the flight. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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