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Light aircraft crash approaching Belfast Internation airport - possibly 2 deaths

Old 19th Apr 2018, 12:28
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Light aircraft crash approaching Belfast Internation airport - possibly 2 deaths

I can't post the link directly, but it is currently the lead story on the Belfast Telegraph website.

https www belfasttelegraph co uk
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Old 19th Apr 2018, 12:57
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Originally Posted by eZathras
I can't post the link directly, but it is currently the lead story on the Belfast Telegraph website.
Allow me -

https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/n...-36823097.html
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Old 19th Apr 2018, 13:08
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Thanks Super VC-10.

The BBC are covering the story now:

http www bbc co uk news uk-northern-ireland-43823505


Also, live updates on Belfast Live:

https www belfastlive co uk news reports-light-aircraft-crash-near-14550494
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crashed in a field on the Ballyhill Lane - broke up. Fatalities. Aircraft ards based.
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AAIB en-route to the scene.
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Cessna. That's probably enough detail for now.
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BIA says the C152 was not inbound to them.
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PSNI- Police can confirm that two people have died following a light aircraft crash near Nutts Corner, Crumlin this afternoon
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Aircraft identity now public. 1978 C152 G-UFCO c/n 152-81734, imported to UK in 2015 ex-N67302

Had departed from Newtownards airfield about an hour earlier.

Further details will have to await AAIB report, whatever it can establish.
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Two killed in County Antrim light aircraft crash named - BBC News
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