Helicopter crashes in north Queensland while cropdusting


A HELICOPTER carrying one passenger has crashed in Upperstone, south-west of Ingham.

Emergency crews were called to Harrigans Road about 7.53am after reports nearby properties heard a "loud bang."

A Queensland Ambulance Services spokeswoman said initial reports suggest the male pilot was uninjured.

It's believed there are no other passengers and the man was spraying cane


Topics:  aviation helicopter

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