Mayday Call From West Hoxton Plane Crash Released

During an emergency landing

Mayday Call From West Hoxton Plane Crash Released @7NewsSydney

Emergency services attended West Hoxton just after 3pm following the emergency landing of a light plane.

It is believed that the aircraft, a Piper Archer 3, had taken off from Bankstown airport and was returning there after experiencing engine trouble.

The pilot was forced to make an emergency landing, luckily avoiding a number of houses and landing in a reserve where it hit a fence and a small number of trees.

There were two people on board, with one suffering only minor injury.

It is understood that the crash will be investigated.

Listen to the mayday call below.

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