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18 Jul 2019 5:22
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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    Two people have died after their light planes crashed into each other, catching fire, in Masterton

    Two people have died after their light planes crashed into each other, catching fire, in Masterton


    It's believed the two planes collided mid-air on approach to the Hood Aerodrome this morning.

    An eyewitness has told the Herald there was a bang, and then the planes came spiralling down.

    Emergency services will be at the scene near Hughes Line for some time.

    Police and the local council are now addressing media at a press conference .

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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