Aircraft Crash - Bankstown

Published: 11 Sep 2020 06:47pm

Just before 7pm this evening Fire and Rescue NSW was called to an aircraft emergency at Bankstown Airport.

Seven crews from Sydneys west attended the scene where a light plane which overshot the runway and crashed with two people on board the aircraft. One person was still in aircraft and the pilot had managed to escape the aircraft with no injuries.

Firefighters investigated the area for any fuel spills and stabilised the plane then assisted emergency management authority to tow the plane back to a safe area.

One passenger was treated by NSW Ambulance for minor injuries.

Updated: 30 Jan 2023 09:15pm

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Stations nearby

BANKSTOWN Fire Station

353 Liverpool Road, Bankstown NSW 2200

REVESBY Fire Station

60 The River Road, Revesby NSW 2212


163 Waldron Road, Chester Hill NSW 2162