The Cessna 172 lost power when it flew dangerously low over the bridge Miami on Saturday, a statement from the Federal Aviation Administration said.
The new video shows the plane sinking just a few feet over traffic on the bridge, while the vehicle swerves to avoid it.
A 34-year-old woman and her two young children, a six-year-old boy and a two-year-old girl, were in the SUV, which he later crashed into, all of them injured.
The plane crash-landed on the bridge and caught fire, killing 36-year-old pilot Narcisa Torres, an air traffic controller from Miami.
The pilot of the plane, 36-year-old Narcisa Torres, who was an air traffic controller from Miami, died in the crash, according to WPLG News.
Two relatives of Mr. Torres, who were passengers of the plane, survived the crash. One of them is still in hospital with major burns.
One video previously showed a man getting off a plane and being helped to step aside just before the fire, the Associated Press reports.
Passers-by rushed to the aid of the victims after the accident.
Footage from the drone on social networks shows a crumpled plane on the Howlower Inlet Bridge with a damaged SUV nearby.
Minutes after the plane crashed into an SUV near Miami
A statement from the National Transport Safety Council said an investigation had been ordered into the incident.
“Part of the investigation will request radar data, weather information, traffic control communications, aircraft maintenance records and pilot medical records,” the statement said.
“A lot of people were also very scared, but there were a lot of helpers, and it was nice to see in our community,” Miami Marlin Hernandez, a casual passerby who was with her family, told CBS Miami.