Three firefighters have died in a plane crash in Australia. Their plane disappeared from radar before crashing near a mine in a rural area.
Three firefighters killed in plane crash in Australia.
On Saturday, a tragic air accident took place in Queensland, Australia, killing three firefighters. The latter, aboard a Gulfstream Aerospace Jetprop Commander, left the town of Toowoomba, located in southern Queensland, to travel to the scene of a bushfire. Shortly after, the aircraft disappeared from local radar at around 2:30 p.m. AEST. The crash site was later located near a mine in a rural area of the state. Rescuers and police confirmed that all passengers had died. The three firefighters have not been publicly identified and were the only ones on board at the time of the accident.