160303. Cape Town.Members of the Airforce are inspecting the scene of a plane crash. Two men are in a critical condition at Life Weskus Hospital after the aircraft (Cessna Caravan) they were flying in crashed near Langebaanweg Airforce base. Picture Henk Kruger/Cape Argus
160303. Cape Town.Members of the Airforce are inspecting the scene of a plane crash. Two men are in a critical condition at Life Weskus Hospital after the aircraft (Cessna Caravan) they were flying in crashed near Langebaanweg Airforce base. Picture Henk Kruger/Cape Argus

SA Air Force plane crashes

By ANA Time of article published Mar 3, 2016

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Military personnel in Langebaan, in the Western Cape, inspect the crash site of a downed South African Air Force Cessna Caravan.

The plane crash-landed on a private farm early on Thursday while on a routine night flying exercise at Langebaanweg Air Base, injuring two pilots.

Life Health Care’s Christine Malan confirmed they admitted two people involved in the plane crash at a nearby hospital.The two were said to be a lieutenant-colonel and a captain at 41 Squadron, Waterkloof Air Base.

Picture: Henk Kruger

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