- Plane crashes in Queensland
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Emergency services have rushed to the scene of a light aircraft crash in Queensland.
The accident is believed to have happened at Palgrave, southwest of Warwick in the Southern Downs.
It is understood paramedics are attending the scene of the accident.
At this stage, it is not known how many passengers are on board or if any are injured.
Light aircraft crashed at Palgrave, southwest of Warwick, in Queensland’s Southern Downs region (stock photo)
Police have confirmed they are attending a light aircraft crash in Palgrave, Queensland
Queensland Police were alerted to the incident at 12:13 p.m.
Queensland Police have confirmed they are attending an aerial incident in the area.
An RACQ LifeFlight rescue helicopter was also dispatched to the scene.
A Queensland Fire and Emergency Services spokesperson said four crews were also on scene and the accident had sparked a grass fire, according to the Courier Mail.