Published: Sat, November 18, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Aerial view reveals wreckage from Buckinghamshire air collision

Aerial view reveals wreckage from Buckinghamshire air collision

Police at the scene near Waddesdon, in Buckinghamshire, where a mid-air collision between a helicopter and an aircraft has resulted in a "number of casualties".

In a statement, Thames Valley Police said: "We are aware of a number of casualties following an incident this afternoon in Waddesdon, near Aylesbury".

Ms Mears said: "Our priorities today remain with investigating the next of kin, finding out who they are, informing them and supporting them with specialist officers as we progress the investigation here on site".

Investigations at the scene are expected to continue through the weekend and into Monday morning.

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An archived report by the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) shows the pilot admitted the accident was caused by his "misjudgment and lack of experience".

A spokesman said: 'We can confirm that neither of the aircraft concerned has a connection with either our air force nor the military, and this is as much as we know at this time'.

It was built in 1982 and is owned by Airways Aero Associations, which is based at the air field.

RAF Halton, 10 miles away, said no military aircraft had been involved.

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A spokeswoman said: "We sent a number of resources to the scene, including a Thames Valley air ambulance, two ambulance crews, two ambulance officers and a rapid response vehicle".

There were closures scheduled for 17 November between 11am-11.30am, 1.30pm-2pm and 4pm-4.30pm. "Everyone is helping the emergency services". She said all visitors were safe.

Mr Bellis said the aircraft was a "wreck" and "non-existent", apart from the burning fuselage.

Staff from the country estate helped direct emergency vehicles and a huge cordon has been put in place.

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