Pictures: Cessna CJ3 N300ET over-runs runway and ends up in a pond

Alud Davies

A Cessna CitationJet CJ3 N300ET ended up in a pond, after apparently over-running a Florida runway.
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CJ3 N300ET ends up in a local Florida pond. (Photo: Brianna Bentley)

A Cessna CitationJet CJ3 (msn 525B-0014 / N300ET, built in 2005) has over-run the runway at Spruce Creek, Florida, coming to rest in a pond.

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The aircraft was on its second flight of the day, having flown first from Orlando Sanford Airport to Opa-Locka Airport in the North Miami suburbs.

The aircraft then departed Opa-Locka bound for Spruce Creek with three persons on board, when the aircraft apparently failed to stop, ran off the end of the runway and ended up in a pond.

Local law officials confirmed that none of the people on board the aircraft during the accident sustained any injuries.

The aircraft was later removed from the pond by a local towing company.

Spruce Creek is one of the largest residential fly-in communities in the world, with almost as many hangars as homes.

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(Photo: Brianna Bentley)
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(Photo: Brianna Bentley)
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(Photo: Brianna Bentley)

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