Light Plane Crash in Lawson NSW

At 2:15PM on Saturday 10th May 2014, numerous emergency vehicles were seen traveling down Great Western Highway towards Lawson at high speed, responding to reports of light plane crash in a residential area. The Cirrus SR22 plane had departed from an airport in Sydney and had experienced engine failure at 1200m over the rugged Blue Mountains with no safe place to land.  It was confirmed that there were 3 passengers on board. Members of the Blue Mountains RRT attended the site to offer support.

Plymouth Brethren Rapid Relief Team

Narrow Escape

Miraculously, all those on board escaped   Continue to read here


9 thoughts on “Light Plane Crash in Lawson NSW”

  1. cayh says:

    good effort

  2. John says:

    keep up the gud work

  3. bensox says:

    I’d read reports of the new parachute available for the Cirus SR22, I’m glad this pilot can give it a verified user review! Just what you want for an engine failure over mountainous forest. I wonder why the plane got into a spin, it would have been a very different story if it wasn’t for that safety parachute.

    1. H says:

      Miracle survival story – parachute may help, lucky stars? No! It is God who saves:-)

  4. me says:

    good stuff guys

  5. Granny says:

    The best thing about the RRT is that they are ready for SIMPLY ANYTHING!

  6. eRTe says:

    Good work

  7. erin says:

    great work RRT! you sure get a lot of people who like your support.
    well done!

  8. James says:

    they will be thanking their lucky stars!

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