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WATCH: Four people have died in a plane crash at Blackbushe Airport

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Published by the Eagle Radio News Team at 3:28pm 31st July 2015. (Updated at 6:32pm 2nd February 2016)

Four people are dead after the plane they were in overshot the runway and burst into flames at Blackbushe Airport.

Eyewitnesses say it clipped a fence, flipped over and ploughed into parked cars at a nearby auction house.

We have had it confirmed that four people were onboard when the plane went down, all four were killed.



Daniel is 15-years-old and just happened to be looking towards the runway at the time.

He saw the plane lose control and crash: "It was close to taking off and then it actually cartwheeled and exploded.

"I glanced over and started to see it take off, but as soon as it did, it swerved, flipped over and exploded."

Listen to Joe Ramos' account - he was working nearby:

Are you at Blackbushe Airport? Did you see the plane go down? Contact us here.

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