Four Killed As Light Plane Crashes Into Wetlands off Redcliffe
By Tony Moore and Cloe Read
One of four people, including two children, who were killed in a single-engine light plane crash on Sunday morning has been identified as the chairman of an international company.
Police divers have retrieved the bodies of four people – including two children – from the waters off Redcliffe after a single-engine light plane crashed on Sunday morning.
The 67-year-old male pilot, businessman Roy Watterson, and 41-year-old Brisbane man Chris Mocanu and his two children – a 10-year-old daughter and nine-year-old son – died in the crash.
The coastguard at the scene of the semi-submerged plane off Redcliffe on Sunday morning.