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Light place crashes in Whangarei.

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A light plane has crashed in Whangarei yesterday morning.

The pilot has been taken to Northland Base Hospital with moderate injuries.

Sergeant Neil Pennington said the pilot was the only person on board. The plane came down near an airstrip in the residential suburb of Onerahi.

The Civil Aviation Authority has been notified and will investigate the cause of the crash.

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