YV1674 back in 2011 // Via jetphotos.net

A Beechcraft 1900C operated by Servicio Pan Americano de Protección of Venezuela with the registration of YV1674 had crashed in trees two miles from Miami Executive Airport after takeoff, approximately 2:40pm local time.

The four people onboard were killed in the crash.

The aircraft had departed the airport bound for Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos Islands when it had reported a problem and was attempting to return back to the Miami Executive airport before it then crashed.

According to the company website, they describe its activities:

“The Venezuelan company is the pioneer and leader in the integral processing of valuables and associated risks. In 2008, we celebrated our 50th anniversary safeguarding the product of the efforts of all Venezuelans, with the highest levels of security, professionalism and efficiency. Every day we work to add value to Venezuela.”

Miami Herald report

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