No less than nineteen people have been feared injured after a plane crashed on Tuesday, July 10, in a grassy area of the South African capital Pretoria, emergency services said, giving a preliminary toll.
ER24 spokesman Russel Meiring said that ER24 paramedics‚ along with several other services‚ were on the scene treating and triaging the injured.
The Convair-340 plane built in 1954 was due to soon be flown to the Aviodrome air museum in the Netherlands from Wonderboom airport in Pretoria.
"There is smoke all over and paramedics are on the scene".
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"I can only confirm that yes we do have a plane that crashed... on the Moloto Road", local government emergency services spokesman Johan Pieterse told AFP.
Mr Meiring said ER24 helicopters were on the scene to airlift any critical patients to hospital.
He said the pilot was in a critical condition following the crash.
He said he could not release more information as the South African Civil Aviation Authority were investigating the accident.
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According to the Aviodrome's website, it cost €350,000 (US$410,000) to make the plane "flight ready" and buy parts for the planned trip to Europe.
Shortly afterwards the plane crashed into the factory.
"Martin's Air Charter" is written on the side of the fuselage.
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