Two planes smashed into each other mid-air and the debris landed on a farm in Australia. Apparently there are “likely no survivors”.
The collision is reported to have happened over a farm in Kybong, Queensland, Australia.
The two men have been confirmed dead in the smash between a glider and a plane that it was dragging along.
Eye witnesses were shocked to see debris falling from the sky. The falling debris caused a “big bang” according to 7News.
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“The evidence is pointing towards the fact that each aircraft likely had a single male occupant and both males are deceased,” said Brad Inskip who was assigned to investigate the plane crash.
“We will be looking into the possibility that there was a collision mid-air, but it’s very early days and we’re really not sure.”