Two die in NSW plane crash

Last updated 13:36 09/11/2012

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Two people are dead after a light plane crashed and caught fire in a paddock in northern NSW, police say.

The plane crashed just off the Bruxner Highway, South Gundurimbra, near Lismore Airport about 10.15am on Friday, killing two occupants, police said.

A NSW Ambulance spokeswoman said one person in emotional distress was treated by paramedics.

Police said there was no further information about why the crash occurred and who the victims were.

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