Voom! The plane crashes in the door Golf Course

U.S. aviation safety authorities are investigating the cause of the escape door of a private jet yesterday. Luckily, no casualties when the door flew and crashed on a golf course. Jet Canadair CL600 was traveling from Opa-Locka to Pompano Beach, Florida. Along the way, said Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen, a plane was diverted and landed safely at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.

"The aircraft exit the runway and had been delivered to Bombardier Aviation (maintenance facility at the airport) after it was discovered that the main cabin door apart," he said. Door, with a ladder mounted on the side of it, hit a tree before being thrown into a golf course near Hallandale Beach, according to WSVN-affiliated media on CNN. Golf course was closed at that time. This aircraft N207JB numbered identification. The same number had used a similar plane woe in 2009, according to the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board.