#Aircraftcrash LATEST: Two dead as aircraft crashes into home in Midrand

Authorities have cordoned off a residence in Midrand after two people were killed in a plane crash.

Paramedics were called to the scene on Monday where a man was killed when a light aircraft came down in a private garden. The female pilot was also declared dead.

READ: Two dead in Midrand plane crash

Netcare 911 Spokesperson Shawn Herbst says the Civil Aviation Authority is investigating.

When paramedics had arrived, they reported from the scene that a light aircraft had come down into a residential property.

Shawn Herbst, Netcare 911 Spokesperson

There was only one occupant, it was the lady, a self-pilot, in the aircraft. The only information we have right now is it's a female pilot and male civilian believed to be the gardener.

Shawn Herbst, Netcare 911 Spokesperson

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