Southforward.com – One of Australia’s Qantas pilots carrying the old Convair-340 aircraft is reportedly being critically ill at the hospital due to an accident in South Africa.
Quoted from the BBC on Thursday (12/7/2018), Ross Kelly and Douglas Haywood – both Qantas pilots from Sydney were in the plane when the plane crashed near Johanesburg.
A recent report says two people were killed in the crash incident.
The 64-year-old Convair-340 plane is on its way to the aviation museum in the Netherlands scheduled to arrive in the next few days.
The plane crashes into a factory before it stops in South Africa.
An aid officer said there were about 19 people who were on the plane when it crashed.
Ross Kelly is reported to be in critical condition, while Haywood and another Australian passenger who are also passengers are in stable condition.