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Plane crashes on a shopping mall Australia

MELBOURNE – UPDATE to 06.45 pm – A small plane is Tuesday morning local time in Australia crashed on an outlet centre near the airport of Essendon, just outside Melbourne. According to the local authorities went to a chartered aircraft with five passengers on board. The passengers were on their way to King Island for a golf trip. On the ground no casualties.

Immediately after the accident, there were huge clouds of smoke and a fireball, to see the place where the device landed. According to the Australian police, none of the occupants in the accident survived. The crash is presumably caused by a malfunction in the engine. The accident happened quite soon after take-off. The pilot tried to return to the airport. The fire department is nearly two engaged to put out the fire. The jet fuel caused a huge fire.

It is the heaviest luchtvaartongeluk in thirty years in the state of Victoria. The prime minister of the state, Daniel Andrews, said that it was a extremely sad day.”

Immediately after the accident, there were huge clouds of smoke and a fireball, to see the place where the device landed. Auxiliaries are still working to extinguish the fire.

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