Yaacov Nahom & Grant Hustad (FAA pilots) Wiki

Yaacov Nahom, and Grant Hustad,  were identified as the two passengers of a single-engine Beechcradft Bonanza plane that crashed in Pembroke Pines, Florida.
4-year-old Taylor Bishop was killed and her mother, Megan Bishop, was injured when the plane crashed into a jeep on Monday. Nahom and Hustad were FAA certified pilots, and Nahom was the registered owner of the aircraft. Hustad was president of an aircraft brokerage company and has flown 10,000 miles since receiving his pilot’s certificate in 2012. Neighbor’s Ring camera caught plane crashing into Bishop’s SUV on Monday and caught fire The small plane may have had an engine problem minutes after takeoff. This is the fifth minor plane crash in the area since last Ma.

Yaacov Nahom & Grant Hustad Age

Yaacov Nahom, 63, and Grant Hustad, 71

FAA pilots Died

Two men were identified as licensed pilots, who died Monday when their small plane crashed into an SUV in Florida, killing a four-year-old child and injuring his mother.

The Broward County Medical Examiner named the deceased passengers of the single-engine plane that crashed in Pembroke Pines on Wednesday as 63-year-old Yaacov Nahom from Davie and 71-year-old Grant Hustad from Fort Lauderdale.

The incident took the life of four-year-old Taylor Bishop, who was riding as a passenger in his mother, Meghan Bishop’s vehicle when the plane crashed and burst into flames. Bishop, a 35-year-old assistant teacher, was injured but survived and was released from the hospital a few hours later.

The Beechcraft Bonanza plane had to return to the airport a few minutes after takeoff due to engine failure, researchers said.

Records show that both Hustad and Nahom were Federal Aviation Administration certified pilots.

Nahom was the registered owner of the Beechcraft Bonanza aircraft, but it is unclear who was behind the controls at the time of the crash. The Miami Herald shows that FAA records received Nahom’s private pilot certification in 2017 and Hustad’s commercial pilot certification in 2012.

Hustad is listed as president of International Aviation Services, an aircraft brokerage firm based in Pompano Beach, Florida.

According to a report published in the company’s Hustad newspaper, “10,000 hours flew in more than 45 brands and models.”

A friend of Nahom told WPLG that the man was survived by his wife, three children, and two grandchildren.

Social media posts show Hustad leaving behind an adult daughter and grandchildren.

Taylor Bishop was the first victim of the crash detected on Tuesday.

While traveling with the mother of four, school assistant Megan Bishop, the plane trying to return to the airport hit them on a residential street and burst into flames. The fire chief said the plane had just left North Perry Airport and returned just before 3 pm. He said that the single-engine plane may have had mechanical problems after takeoff.

“The car looks like it’s literally halfway up,” his neighbor Salah Elshaer, who called 911, told the WSVN.

Annabel Fernandez’s Ring doorbell camera captured the terrible accident and shows the dark blue SUV that victims drove through the neighborhood before the plane fell from the sky and hit the vehicle head-on, scattering debris along the road and causing a violent fire. We heard a tremendous noise like a bomb and we got out and everything was on fire, ‘Fernandez told the television station.

Bishop, a teaching assistant at Hollywood Hills Elementary School, managed to get out of the crushed vehicle and was trying to save his son.

Firefighters eventually rescued the trapped boy and his condition was severely taken to the Memorial District Hospital.

He remained standing and conscious as the bishop loaded onto the back of the ambulance. Four-year-old Taylor later succumbed to his injuries at the hospital.

Pembroke Pines Fire Chief Marcel Rodriguez said his mother was released from the hospital on Monday.

Broward School District union representative Anna Marie Pierpont told Sun-Sentinel that Taylor is a smart and intelligent boy who enjoys participating in video chats and showing her toys on Facebook.

She really enjoyed being with my mom and being a part of our meetings. He was just a very happy little man, ‘Pierpont said.

The Broward County Aviation Department issued a statement offering its condolences to the families of the accident victims.

“We are saddened by this tragic loss of life and offer our sincere condolences during this difficult period,” the agency said.

Authorities said that when the plane pulled out a power line and landed near Southwest 72nd Avenue and 13th Street when it crashed, it was only a few hundred feet behind the runway at the nearby airport.

The Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating the accident. This is the fifth minor plane crash at or near the airport in Pembroke Pines since last May.

Of the five accidents, four were fatal, resulting in a total of five fatalities.

A plane carrying two adults and two children crashed in December 2020. All four on board survived.

Earlier that month, a plane went upside down when the pilot attempted an emergency landing.

In November last year, the pilot of an experimental plane crashed into the airport and died.

In May 2020, a student pilot from one of the flight schools at the airport was killed when his plane crashed during a training flight over Miramar.