An “Easter miracle” 50-year-old Sydney plane crash survivor women walked away from the wreckage After his plane crashed from 1,000 feet
An “Easter miracle” Happened when a 50-year-old Sydney plane crash survivor-woman walked away from the wreckage After his plane crashed from 1,000 feet. She had some minor cuts and bruises from walking through thick bushes near the creek. In the video footage, you can see a woman walking quickly to a car from the wreckage of the crashed plane
The aircraft had been doing circuit training at Bankstown Airport when it began falling from about 300 metres nosedive before coming down next to a creek near the airport about 11:20 am.
The woman screamed into the plane radio that “I’m losing it,” before the moment of impact.
NSW Fire and Rescue duty commander Drew Wilson said that The left wing of the plane sheared off in the crash and both wings were perforated, spilling 400 liters of fuel into the creek,
He said the woman was “pretty lucky ” to have walked away from the crash, considering the damage to the six-seater plane.
“The aircraft is pretty well damaged but the pilot’s compartment was pretty well in order so she’s managed to just open the door and get out as far as I can tell,” Commander Wilson said.
NSW Police and the investigators from the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) are working together on the investigation of the crash. The plane will later be assessed by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority.