A mother and son were driving near the airport when the aircraft smashed into them.
Three people are dead after a plane crashed into an SUV in Florida
The horrific accident, captured on a doorbell camera, killed two people aboard the plane, as well as a four-year-old boy who was a passenger in the vehicle it hit.
The single-engine Beechcraft Bonanza aircraft got into difficulty shortly after take-off from North Perry Airport at 3 PM on Monday; the six-seater plane only made it a few hundred yards into the air before it nosedived into the car, passing below with tragic timing.
The chilling footage shows the black SUV obliviously driving past the camera-equipped home when the aircraft suddenly plunges into its roof, the plane spinning 180 degrees before bursting into flames, as horrified neighbors rush out to see.
Pembroke Pines Fire Rescue said the plane's pilot and passenger died at the scene.
The driver of the SUV managed to pull herself free of the wreckage, before frantically trying to save her young son. Both were seriously wounded and were rushed to hospital, but the child later succumbed to his injuries.
They were later identified as Megan "Ki Ki" Bishop, a teacher assistant at Hollywood Hills Elementary, and her only son, Taylor.
Investigators are not yet certain what caused the crash; but Fire Chief Marcel Rodriguez told the Sun Sentinel that a mechanical problem may have caused the plane to clip a power line.