Pilot of Crashed Plane Rescued from Alligator-Infested Waters in Florida Everglades

A pilot who crash-landed into alligator-infested waters in the distant Florida Everglades was rescued from the wing of his aircraft, on Tuesday, October 31.

Miami-Dade Hearth Rescue and Broward Sheriff Hearth Rescue jointly responded to stories of a downed Cessna Skyhawk 172M plane in a remote place of South West Broward County, Florida.

The first responders instructed media that when they arrived on the scene, they found the pilot sitting down on the wing of the airplane, adding that he experienced been caught there considering that four in the early morning, with “alligators, mosquitos and every little thing else out there.”

“Due to the distant location of the incident and complicated terrain, MDFR’s Air Rescue North arrived on the scene to conduct a hoist operation in purchase to rescue the affected individual from the downed plane,” the Miami-Dade Hearth Rescue mentioned, crafting on Fb.

Firefighter Christopher Kramer instructed World News that the rescued pilot was taken to a nearby medical center for treatment method of small accidents.

The online video in this entry shows the rescue aircraft arriving on the scene of the crash just before a initial responder hoists himself down to the partly submerged plane wing down below, and then returns with the pilot. Credit history: Miami-Dade Fire Rescue via Storyful