Australian mall crash: Light plane crashes happen, but aren't common

It is with great sadness that we inform you our dear friend, colleague, and co-founder Russ Munsch passed away in a tragic plane crash in Melbourne, Australia yesterday.

A light aircraft has crashed into the roof of a shopping mall near the Australian city of Melbourne, killing all on board.

Mr Quartermain was the co-owner of Corporate and Leisure Aviation, which owned the plane.

"But certainly if we look at the circumstances, we've been very lucky today depending on the time of day and who was around", Stephen Leane, Assistant Commissioner of Victoria Police said.

Police believe the plane was bound for Tasmania's King Island, which is known for its golf courses.

One of the four American tourists killed following a plane crash in Australia Tuesday is a graduate of a SC college.

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The Essendon Airport said it is now closed "other than for essential emergency services". "Our hearts & prayers are with the victims and their families". The Australian pilot also was killed.

The Herald Sun, a newspaper in Melbourne, identified Glenn Garland, a successful Austin entrepreneur, as a third victim.

De Haven, 70, was said to be a retired Federal Bureau of Investigation agent, and Munsch was reportedly a founding partner of Munsch Hardt law firm.

Tuesday's crash wasn't the first time that tragedy has struck Essendon Airport but thankfully it isn't a common occurrence.

The plane went down less than an hour before the Direct Factory Outlet mall, which adjoins the airport, in suburban Essendon, was to open, Neville added.

July 10, 1978: Light planes crashes into houses near Essendon Airport.

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Witnesses have reported a fiery explosion, and plumes of thick smoke can be seen.

"Felt like a bomb had gone off", he added.

Eyewitness reported to local media that they saw a flash before the plane burst into a "massive fireball".

The opposition leader, Bill Shorten, tweeted his condolences.

A woman who dropped her daughter off at the Spotlight store on Tuesday morning told Fairfax Radio her daughter confirmed the plane had crashed into that store and it was on fire, but that all staff were unharmed.

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