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Australia NSW pilot injured in horror plane crash after aircraft clipped power lines

14:45  28 september  2020
14:45  28 september  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

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The pilot of a light plane that crashed to the ground as a crumpled wreckage after hitting power lines walked away from the scene with minor injuries, police say.

Emergency services were called to a property on Lismore Road at Cootamundra, in the NSW Riverina region, about 2.50pm today following reports an aircraft had crashed.

Police, paramedics and firefighters were sent to the scene and were told a 27-year-old man from Cootamundra had been crop-dusting in the Cessna Husky plane when its right wing clipped power lines.

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Witnesses rushed to the crash scene, removing the pilot and performing CPR until paramedics NSW Ambulance Duty Operations Manager Shane Harris said the ultralight plane came close to crashing Peter Gibson from the Civil Aviation Safety Authority said the aircraft was an Osprey 2 amphibious

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a herd of cattle walking across a grass covered field: The pilot of a light plane that crashed to the ground as a crumpled wreckage after hitting power lines walked away from the scene with minor injuries, police say. © 9News The pilot of a light plane that crashed to the ground as a crumpled wreckage after hitting power lines walked away from the scene with minor injuries, police say.

The aircraft then plummeted to the ground, bringing down the power lines and splitting the plane into pieces.

Images from the scene show the plane's damaged body sticking up from crop fields and its tail hanging loosely.

a sign above a grassy field: A 27-year-old man from Cootamundra had been crop-dusting in the Cessna Husky plane when its right wing clipped power lines. © 9News A 27-year-old man from Cootamundra had been crop-dusting in the Cessna Husky plane when its right wing clipped power lines. a group of people in a field: The aircraft then plummeted to the ground, bringing down the power lines and splitting the plane into pieces. © 9News The aircraft then plummeted to the ground, bringing down the power lines and splitting the plane into pieces.

The pilot suffered minor scratches and bruises in the crash and was taken to Cootamundra Hospital for further observation.

A crime scene has also been set up at the scene and the Australian Transport Safety Bureau will investigate the crash.

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