A search is under is underway by authorities searching for survivors in Florida after a plane crashed near the St. Johns County and Flagler County line early This morning (7/14/17) The Flagler County Sheriff's Office said that preliminary reports indicated two people may have been in the aircraft, they are working to confirm that number.
According to the FAA, the Piper PA44 left Brunswick, Georgia late last night headed to Ormond Beach when it lost radar contact around 11 p.m. Several law enforcement agencies along with the US Coast Guard, FL Fish and Wildlife Commission and the US Border Patrol are involved in the search. The crash is under investigation by the FAA and NTSB.
**UPDATE** 4/14/17 10:30AM** The airplane that crashed in Flagler County this morning did take off from Glynn County, but county officials say they do not believe the plane was based in Glynn County. A county spokesperson also says the FAA has not yet contacted Glynn County in its investigation of the crash.
We will update this story as information develops