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Man dies in ultra-light plane crash at Howard Springs near Darwin Updated October 27, 2013 12:02:45 Northern Territory police say a 55-year-old man has died after his ultra-light plane crashed in Darwin's rural area. Emergency services are at the
Police, ambulance and fire crews were all scrambled just before 4pm (WST) after reports the small plane had crashed at the aerodrome near Moonyoonooka, 360km north of Perth. A WA police spokeswoman said the plane caught fire on impact, with the blaze
Emergency crews are treating the pilot of the plane, which came down this afternoon in a conservation area off the Logan Motorway at Parkinson. It is believed the plane was on approach to Archerfield Airport in southern Brisbane...Topics: emergency-
Auckland [ change ] Few showers Max 14° Min 7° Waikato pilot survives light plane crash NZ Newswire July 9, 2013, 5:12 pm A light plane has crashed in a field near Cambridge in Waikato, with the pilot suffering just minor injuries.
Harbour road tunnel labelled a waste Alastair Bull, NZ Newswire June 29, 2013, 4:01 am A public transport advocate says a road tunnel under Auckland's Waitemata Harbour is a $4.6-billion red herring. Prime Minister John Key says a new harbour
The plane was carrying out agricultural work on the fields near Chernolesskoye village, when it began losing altitude for unknown reasons and crashed, the emergencies ministry said. The accident did not result in any damage on the ground, the
It is understood the plane crashed at a site on Burrum Heads Road near the Burrum River, close to Hervey Bay, about 10.10am...The fire is well involved,'' a Department of Community Safety spokeswoman said.
Pilot killed in light plane crash NZ Newswire December 8, 2012, 2:49 pm A light plane pilot has been killed in a crash south of Rotorua. Emergency services were alerted to the accident about 1.30pm on Saturday in the Waikite Valley, about 30km south
The plane went missing during a flight from Bamaga to Weipa on Thursday. A rescue helicopter was sent to look for the plane but found no sign of the aircraft. Local State Emergency Service (SES) controller Trevor Snodgrass said the crash site was
A Civil Aviation Safety Authority spokesman Peter Gibson said the nose wheel of the plane collapsed on landing. "It blocked both runways," Mr Gibson said. Two fire trucks went to the assistance of the aircraft on the runway, according to Bureau of