Three people were killed after a plane crashed in a neighborhood in Pembroke Pines. Police and fire rescue responded to the crash scene near SW 72nd Avenue and 13th Street. The Beechcraft Bonanza was forced to turn back around towards North Perry Airport shortly after takeoff, according to WSVN. The plane collided with an SUV a few hundred feet short of the runway after it clipped a power line. A woman and a young boy, who were inside the SUV, were taken to Memorial Regional Hospital with traumatic injuries, WSVN reported. However, the Sun Sentinel reports the boy died from his injuries Monday night. There’s been no word on the woman’s condition. Two people were on board the plane at the time of the crash and both were pronounced dead at the scene. Source: ‚CBS12.com‚ und ‚WSVN.com‚.