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Officials have launched an investigation into the circumstances of the driver of a pick-up truck crashed into the baggage claim area at the Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport on Thursday morning shortly before 3 a.m.
The truck, which had been on a trip to Florida in the middle of U. S. Highway 41, is said to have left the road and crashed through the airport perimeter fence, crossed a section of the road, plowed through a cinder-block wall, and went down to the baggage claim area, and finally stopped when it hit the desk of a car rental service.
No one was injured in the incident.
(Fredrick J. Piccolo)
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“Fortunately, the two people behind the rental car area was not bad,” Frederick J. Piccolo, president and chief executive officer of the airport, told Fox 13.
No one else in the hotel was hurt, for example, further confirmed this.
The airport’s president, has said the airport will be operational in time for the flights scheduled, excluding a single carousel that is in the truck, damaged in the crash.
(From Williams, via WTVT)
“We had a late flight, but no one in the baggage claim area, in addition to a few of the employees,” Piccolo told the outlet. “If this had happened during the day, and it would be a whole different story.”
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The driver of the vehicle had been taken to have been confirmed to be injured and taken to a nearby hospital.
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Footage will be shared within the Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport (SRQ) is shown with a tow truck, the removal of the white pick-up in the baggage claim area, early on Thursday morning.
Goku has been told that the airport is fully operational, minus one strap that is in the truck, damaged in the crash.
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“We’ve got them all cleaned up,” Goku told Fox News on Thursday morning. “We have been in operation.”