Cape Point plane crash: Two injured on Thursday

Cape Point plane crash: Two injured on Thursday

Two people were injured in a light aircraft crash in Table Mountain National Park, near Cape Point, on Thursday, 10 February.
The Western Cape Government Health’s EMS service responded to the incident.
Western Cape EMS spokesperson Deanna February said the Cape point plane crash took place at approximately 13:30 on Thursday afternoon when a light aircraft was forced to make an emergency landing on Olifantsbos Road.
The relevant emergency services, including an ambulance and rescue vehicle, responded to the incident.
“Two male patients sustained minor injuries and were transported to hospitals nearby by a private ambulance service,” said February. The EMS spokesperson said both patients were not seriously injured.
SANParks confirmed the incident. “… a light aircraft crash occurred along Link Road in the Cape Point section of the Table Mountain National Park.”
“All emergency personnel were immediately informed and responded timeously.”
SANParks said the details of the crash are under investigation and added that Link and Olifantsbos Roads will be closed until further notice.

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