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Melbourne plane crash that killed five blamed on ‘catastrophic engine failure’

Melbourne plane crash that killed five blamed on ‘catastrophic engine failure’

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by February 24, 2017 Pacific News, Regional News

MELBOURNE,21 FEBRUARY 2017 (THE GUARDIAN) —A plane that crashed into a shopping centre near Essendon airport in Melbourne, killing five people, had a “catastrophic engine failure” shortly after takeoff, police have said.

The twin-engine aircraft, with five people on board, left the airport about 9am on Tuesday on its way to King Island. We’re sorry. You don't have permission to access this page. Please sign up to have full access to this page.

 

 

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