Brownlow Hill: Light aircraft from flying school crashes in south-west Sydney

  • A small plane has crashed in south-west Sydney
  • Police fear that one person has died in the accident
  • READ MORE: Two killed in plane crash on golf course

One person has died after a light aircraft crashed south-west of Sydney, NSW Police have confirmed.

The Cessna plane from the local flying school crashed in Brownlow Hill at about 3.15pm on Wednesday, about 9km from Camden Airport, where it took off.

NSW Police, Ambulance and Fire Services attended the scene.

More to come

A light aircraft (general image pictured) crashed in Sydney’s south-west on Wednesday, with one person feared dead.


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