CRASH OF A WIRRAWAY
AT CAMDEN, NSW
ON 30 NOVEMBER 1940

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Wirraway

Wirraway A20-162 was damaged in an accident at Central Flying School at Camden in New South Wales on 30 November 1940 when it attempted to land too high and then dropped suddenly, severely damaging the starboard wing and aileron. It was subsequently repaired and sent to 3SFTS at Amberley airfield on 16 December 1940.

Wirraway A20-162, was later written off after a fatal accident 8 miles south of Goodna, east of Ipswich in south east Queensland on 18 January 1941.

 

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