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AustraliaTwo men escape with minor injuries after plane lands on golf course

10:50  16 june  2019
10:50  16 june  2019 Source:   theage.com.au

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Two men escape with minor injuries after plane lands on golf course © Nine News The light plane after it crashed on the golf course near Moorabbin Airport.

Two men have walked away with only minor injuries after their plane crashed on a golf course in Melbourne's south.

Moorabbin Airport received a call just after 3pm that a light aircraft had been forced to land in the Capital Golf Course, which sits alongside the airport.

The plane can be seen caught in shrubbery and trees which line a small hill separating the golf course from Centre Dandenong Road.

Emergency services had to attend the scene using golf buggies, but both men walked away from the plane without serious injuries.

The pilot, a 55-year-old Moorabbin man, and passenger, a 47-year-old man from Tarneit, are being assessed by paramedics at the scene.

Police say the exact cause of the crash landing has yet to be established and an investigation will be referred to the Australian Transport Safety Bureau.

The Civil Aviation Safety Authority has also been informed.

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