Cessna 172 Light plane crashes into the ground near Parafield Airport

Cessna 172 Light plane crashes nose first into the ground near Parafield Airport after clipping powerlines The pilot was lucky to survive the crash. The plane clipped power lines on the descent into the airport Emergency services were called to a paddock off Elder Smith Rd just after 6 pm. The pilot is in a stable condition after sustaining non-life threatening injuries in the crash. He is understood to have lacerations to one of his arms and pain in his chest and leg. Paramedics took him to the Royal Adelaide Hospital as a precaution.

Cessna 172 Light plane crashes nose first into the ground near Parafield Airport after clipping powerlines

The pilot was lucky to survive the crash.

The plane clipped power lines on the descent into the airport

Emergency services were called to a paddock off Elder Smith Rd just after 6 pm.

The pilot is in a stable condition after sustaining non-life threatening injuries in the crash.

He is understood to have lacerations to one of his arms and pain in his chest and leg.

Paramedics took him to the Royal Adelaide Hospital as a precaution.

 

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