Emergency services at Conington Airfield near Holme after light plane crash injures one

The emergency services are at Conington Airfield near Holme after a light airplane crash left one person with multiple broken bones.

By The Newsroom
Saturday, 27th February 2016, 1:41 pm
Updated Saturday, 27th February 2016, 2:29 pm
The crashed Microlight plane at Conington Airfield - photo by Stanley Kaye
The crashed Microlight plane at Conington Airfield - photo by Stanley Kaye

Cambridgeshire police were called just before 11.30am this morning (Saturday, February 27) and are assisting ambulance crews and the fire service.

A Magpas air ambulance was also at the scene.

A police spokesman confirmed that a Microlight plane had crashed at the airfield (which it referred to as the Peterborough Business Airport) with one casualty suffering “multiple broken bones.”

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Magpas air ambulance at Conington Airfield - photo by Stanley Kaye

The spokesman added that the Air Accident Investigation Branch were aware of the incident.

Conington Airfield has been contacted with the Peterborough Telegraph told that no comment would be made at the current time.

The emergency services at Conington Airfield - photo by Stanley Kaye
Magpas air ambulance at Conington Airfield - photo by Stanley Kaye
The emergency services at Conington Airfield - photo by Stanley Kaye