JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Neighbors in the Sutton Lakes subdivision said Sunday night's fatal plane crash is tragic, and at the same time, a wake up call.
"There is more concern today," said Donald Salter. He doesn't live far from where the Cessna C310 went down.
The FAA said the plane crashed after making a missed approach at Cecil Field. Sixty-year-old Michael Huber and his daughters, 17-year-old Abigail and 20-year-old Tess were killed in the crash. Tess was on the women's golf team at UNF.
Horace Nelson has lived in the subdivision for years.
"We see planes fly over all the time," he said. "Often times, we ask what if one would crash".
Nelson said after Sunday, that question is more pressing.
"Now it's more a reality," he said. "Now we'll look at it as a real possibility, it can happen, it has happened," he said.
The FAA and NTSB are investigating. The plane was pulled from the retention pond late Monday afternoon.
First Coast News