Two hurt as Sea Fury aircraft on flight from Duxford crashes
A pilot and passenger have been injured after a plane that left Duxford airfield crash on Tuesday afternoon (August 4).
They are understood to have suffered minor injuries after the Sea Fury was forced to make a forced landing in Harston.
The plane was left badly damaged as it came down among trees in Harston just before 4.30pm.
A statement from the Imperial War Museum Duxford said: “There has been an incident involving a Sea Fury aircraft which departed from Duxford airfield this afternoon on a routine flight.
“The aircraft had to undertake a forced landing, the pilot and passenger are receiving medical attention for minor injuries.
“The aircraft sustained significant damage and a fuel leak, an IWM Duxford fire team with specialist equipment and knowledge assisted Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service at the scene.”