Small Plane Crash in Queensland Claims 5 Lives
A light plane crash in Queensland, Australia, killed five persons on March 22, 2014.
The Cessna 206 plane took off from Caboolture Airport, located north of Brisbane. The plane crashed and caught fire shortly after the take-off, killing two skydiving customers, two instructors and one pilot at the scene.
According to the police, the family members of the deceased watched the plane, as it crashed and burnt.
The plane was owned and operated by a local skydiving company ‘ Adrenalin Skydivers Bribie’.