Pair Escape Injury After Light Aircraft Crash In Co Tyrone

Two people have managed to avoid any serious injuries after a light aircraft crashed in County Tyrone yesterday evening, Wednesday 15 May.

The incident happened near the Annaghnaboe Road outside Coalisland at around 8.30pm.
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Police, paramedics, and the fire service responded to the emergency call. Two men, who had been onboard the light aircraft, were treated at the scene before being transferred to hospital for further checks and treatment.

The public were urged not to enter the scene.


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