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Two Aussies in crash involving crew of singer Pink

Pop star not on board plane

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A plane carrying ten people including the management team and crew of US singer Pink has crash landed in Denmark, according to Danish media. 


Although the singer was reportedly not on the aircraft, Pink’s Australian manager Roger Davis, as well as at least one other Australian were on the plane, which apparently burst into flames upon landing at an airport in Aarhus. 


Others on board included four Americans, a Briton and three crew members (one German pilot, one Austrian pilot and a German flight attendant). No one was injured in the incident. 


According to the New York Daily News, police said the cause of the accident was not immediately clear.


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The plane had travelled from Oslo, where Pink had performed her most recent concert, Associated Press reported. 


Carrying 10 people, the Cessna aircraft was on its way to Denmark for Pink’s next show in Horsens. 


The Pennsylvania-born singer has a concert scheduled in the Netherlands this weekend, prior to performances in North America.


Pink, 39, most recently posted a photo on Facebook of herself jet-skiing in Stockholm, Sweden.


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Written by: Mark Harada
Published: 7 August 2019

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