Three dead in wheatbelt crash in Australia
At least six people have died and seven others have been injured in a wheat belt crash in Queensland’s Pilbara region.
The aircraft was reported as a charter airline and pilots, six of whom are in the intensi온라인 슬롯 머신 사이트ve care unit, were at risk of paralysis, a spokesman for Queensland Ambulance Service said.
Five people were in the cockpit at th청주안마 청주출장마사지e time, including two men, and were able to escape, but it is understood many other passengers had to jump from the vehicle.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency said two people on board had been declared de출장 마사지ceased.
The rescue operation involved police with a helicopter and a search party of up to 100 vehicles and six rescue boats.
More than 25 emergency vehicles were involved in the search but all were later diverted.
A spokeswoman for the Pilbara Regional Council confirmed all 18 people were confirmed dead.
At least two people were taken to hospital.
One person in the plane, a 34-year-old from the Pilbara, was pronounced dead at the scene.
A spokesman for the Federal Emergency Management Agency says emergency services were looking into reports of an “unintended incident” after the crash.
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