Two injured after plane crashes in bushland in NSW

| 22.03,20. 11:29 PM |


Two injured after plane crashes in bushland in NSW

A light plane came down in bushland in the NSW Southern Highlands. (9News)


Two people have been taken to hospital after a light plane crashed into bushland in the New South Wales Southern Highlands.
The aircraft crashed at a property on Tugalong Road in Canyonleigh, west of Bowral, just before 2pm today.
A man and woman on board managed to escape the wreckage and contacted emergency services, police said.
The man was treated for an injured ankle, while the woman suffered a head injury.
Both were taken to hospital in stable conditions.
Police said a crime scene has been established and an investigation is underway.

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