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Inexperienced pilot fighting for life right after pulled from a plane

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A pilot is in the critical condition following a lighting plane crash at Caloundra Airport terminal on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast.

Amateur pilot Ben Berg took the airplane for a joy flight along with his three passengers, two guys and one woman.

The airplane, which left from northern Precious metal Coast, stalled and flipped upon the runway as it got at Caloundra Airport just prior to midday on Saturday, emergency solutions said.

Amateur pilot Ben Berg (pictured) took his plane for a joy flight with his three passengers before it crashed Saturday morning

Amateur initial Ben Berg (pictured) took their plane for a joy trip with his three passengers prior to it crashed Saturday morning

Mr Berg, 49, is fighting for his life after the plane crashed in Caloundra with three passengers

Mr Berg, 49, is combating for his life after the particular plane crashed in Caloundra along with three passengers

It took more than an hour to extract Mr Berg from the wreck (pictured) while two passengers freed themselves and one other was rescued in about half an hour

It had taken more than an hour in order to extract Mr Berg from the particular wreck (pictured) while two travellers freed themselves and one various other was rescued in about fifty percent an hour

Mr Berg, 49, plus one of the male travellers, were trapped in wreckage to get more than an hour plus had to be freed simply by emergency crews.

It took 70 minutes to extract the initial person from the South African-designed Sling 4 piston-engine kit airplane and ‘considerably longer’ for the particular second, Queensland Ambulance Service spokeswoman Kristy McAlister said.

The Southern African pilot, who built the particular plane himself, was airlifted in order to Royal Brisbane and Women’s Medical center in a critical condition as the passengers were transported to Sunlight Coast University Hospital.

The initial had ‘multi-trauma injuries’ including substantial lower limb, chest and mind injuries, Ms McAlister said.  

The plane (pictured), which left from northern Gold Coast, stalled and flipped on the runway as it landed at Caloundra Airport

The plane (pictured), which usually left from northern Gold Coastline, stalled and flipped on the particular runway as it landed on Caloundra Airport

The South African pilot, who built the plane himself, was airlifted to Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital in a critical condition

The Southern African pilot, who built the particular plane himself, was airlifted in order to Royal Brisbane and Women’s Medical center in a critical condition

The various other trapped passenger had ‘significant reduce limb injuries’. The two travellers who freed themselves suffered small injuries only.

Those three had been in a stable condition upon the Sunshine Coast.

One associated with Mr Berg’s friends told Fairfax

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