FHP Provides Update in Plane Crash on I-75 , NTSB Seeks Video

From The Newsroom

NAPLES, FLA.-Yesterday, the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) responded to a crash involving a plane and two vehicles which occurred on southbound Interstate 75, near mile marker 106, one mile south of Exit 107 (Pine Ridge Road) and one mile north of Exit 105 (Golden Gate Parkway), in Collier County.

There were two fatalities. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is the lead investigative agency. As the lead investigative agency, the NTSB can provide further information once available. FHP is assisting with the investigation and processing of the scene.

The NTSB is requesting anyone with video of the 2/9/24 plane crash on Interstate 75 at mile marker 106 to contact the NTSB via the following email address:

*Video of the plane after the crash is not needed.


  • The northbound Interstate 75 lanes of Interstate 75 remain open. As a reminder, per Florida Statute 316.1945, stopping on a limited access road (Interstate 75) is prohibited unless a vehicle is disabled or necessary to render aid.
  • The southbound Interstate 75 lanes remain closed as the on-scene investigation continues.

For southbound travel, please avoid the area and seek an alternate route. Additional updates will be provided as they are available.


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