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March 5, 2021

Lismore plane crash kills two

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Police and emergency services are on the scene of a fatal plane crash in the state’s north.

At 10.15am today, a light plane crashed into a paddock near the Bruxner Highway, South Gundurimbra, which is near Lismore.

The plane caught fire and the two occupants died at the scene.

Investigators from Richmond Local Area Command, as well as crime scene investigators will attend the scene.

No further information is available on the victims or the cause of the crash is available at this stage.


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