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The pilot and student of a Piper Tomahawk survived a crash today  near the Pohangina Valley, north of Palmerston North.

The crash happened at 12.45pm today, Rescue Coordination Centre spokeswoman Rosemary Neilson told NZAviation.com

It was reported that the trainee pilot suffered possible leg and chest injuries while the instructor had more serious leg and head injuries.  Both are in a serious but stable condition in Palmerston North Hospital.

The CAA has been advised of the crash and weren’t available for comment.

Reported From: Stuff, TVNZ


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