Sydney seaplane in New Year's Eve tragedy was rebuilt after fatal 1996 crash – report | Australia news

THE GUARDIAN | on Wed, Jan 3, 5:42 PM

A seaplane that crashed into a river north of Sydney[1] on New Year’s Eve, killing all six people aboard, had reportedly been rebuilt after another fatal crash in the 1990s. New South Wales[2] police were attempting to recover the Sydney Seaplanes DHC-2 Beaver from the Hawkesbury river on Thursday in an operation that started at dawn and was due to run into the afternoon. Experienced pilot Gareth Morgan died along with high-profile UK businessman Richard Cousins, his two adult sons Edward and...

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