Update: 9-year-old Georgia girl hit by plane while walking on beach has died

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VENICE, Fla. —  A 9-year-old Georgia girl seriously hurt when she was struck by an airplane last week on a Florida beach has died.

She was walking along the beach with her father when the plane crashed into them.

Her father, Ommy Irizarry,  died on the scene. Oceana was airlifted to All Children’s Hospital.

WTSP  reports the little girl died on Tuesday.

Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Wendy Rose said Venice Municipal Airport officials reported a plane in distress last Sunday afternoon.

The pilot of a 1972 Piper Cherokee radioed that he would be unable to make it back to the airport and that he was instead going to attempt a landing on Caspersen Beach, located just to the south.

The plane landed and struck the father and daughter around 2:45 p.m., according to a statement from the Federal Aviation Administration.

The man — whose name was not immediately known — died on the scene. His daughter was airlifted to All Children’s Hospital and is believed to be in critical condition, according to the sheriff’s office.

“The dad looked very bad,” witness Zack Arceneaux told CNN affiliate Bay News 9.  “They were performing CPR on him. He had blood on his face. It looked like he wasn’t breathing at all.”

The pilot and his passenger were uninjured.

The National Transportation Safety Board and the FAA are investigating.

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