Major Crash Investigators fly to scene of fatal plane crash in South Australia

Major Crash Investigators have flown to the scene of Tuesday’s fatal plane crash in South Australia.

A Cessna 150 crashed on New Crown Station, about 200 kilometres north-east of Marla, in the state’s north at around 1pm.

The aircraft was first reported to be a Gyrocopter.


The pilot, who was the sole occupant, died at the scene.

Police said the man was mustering cattle when the aircraft fell out of the sky.

Major Crash Investigators today flew to the scene today.

They will assist the Australian Transport Safely Bureau with their investigation into what caused the crash.