Footer

Back to Top

Two men survive emergency landing in bush

An ambulance helicopter taking part in the rescue operation

An ambulance helicopter taking part in the rescue operation

Two young men have been winched to safety after the small plane they were travelling in was forced to make an emergency landing in bushland near Macarthur.

About 3.15pm yesterday (Thursday 2 April 2015) emergency services were notified of a small Jamaroo aircraft that was forced to make an emergency landing south of Camden.

Emergency services immediately commenced a search for the aircraft, locating it in bushland in the Nattai Conservation Park.

Two men in their 20s travelling in the plane were winched to safety by a NSW Ambulance helicopter, pictured. Neither are seriously injured.

The plane is partly submerged in a river in the national park.

No comments yet.

Leave a Reply

We Support