Plane Crash - Cromer

Published: 14 Nov 2020 04:27pm

Just before 4:30pm Fire and Rescue NSW crews from Dee Why and Narrabeen Fire Stations responded to reports of a light aircraft crash at Cromer Park in Cromer.

On arrival, firefighters found two persons injured and a fuel spill coming from the aircraft.

Firefighters provided initial first aid to the pilot and the passenger before transferring them into the care of paramedics. Crews worked to clear the fuel spill from entering nearby waterways and rendered the area safe.

Both patients were transported to hospital via NSW Ambulance for further treatment.

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Updated: 30 Jan 2023 09:15pm

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Stations nearby

DEE WHY Fire Station

38 Fisher Road, Dee Why NSW 2099

NARRABEEN Fire Station

9 Ocean Street, Narrabeen NSW 2101


8 Cook Street, Forestville NSW 2087