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Men recovering from Mullinahone plane crash

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The Air Accident Investigation Unit has said it will be a number of weeks before it has preliminary findings on why a microlight aircraft crashed in Co Tipperary yesterday.

The two-seater Pegasus Quantum crashed in a field at 11.30am yesterday at Ballyduggan near Mullinahone.

Two men were injured in the crash.

46-year-old Gerard Murphy from Ballincollig, Cork, is still in a serious condition in hospital in Waterford after he received life-threatening injuries.

48-year-old Vincent Vaughan from Mullinahone, Tipperary, broke his leg in the crash.




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