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Four dead after plane plunges into waters near Redcliffe in Brisbane

Four people have died in a horror plane crash in waters off the coast of Brisbane’s northeastern suburbs, authorities have confirmed.

Emergency services found the aircraft upside down in the water near Redcliffe on Sunday morning.

A spokesman for the Civil Aviation Safety Authority confirmed four people had died in the shocking incident, which appeared on initial investigations to be a “joy flight”.

The plane remains upside down in the water. ABC
Camera IconThe plane remains upside down in the water. ABC Credit: Supplied

Queensland police commissioner Katarina Carroll earlier described the rescue operation as “very difficult”.

“It’s a difficult position in the wetland area, and we have currently got police and divers travelling to that area – that’s all I can say at this stage,” she said

Queensland Ambulance Service crews are on standby at the site.

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