Two people have been found dead after an ultralight aircraft crashed in the NSW Hunter Region.
Two people have been found dead after an ultralight aircraft crashed in the NSW Hunter Region.

Two dead in light aircraft crash

A tragedy is unfolding in the NSW Hunter Valley where two people have been found dead after an ultralight aircraft crashed just after midday.

Emergency services were called to a property at Patterson St, Woodville, at about 12.20pm following reports of a plane crash.

"The bodies of two people were located at the scene and are yet to be formally identified," a NSW Police spokesman told news.com.au.

"Officers from Port Stephens-Hunter Police District have established a crime scene and commenced an investigation. Inquiries are continuing."

 


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