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Plane BBQ

smokey2 25 March 2008 7

Anyone have any further news on the plane crematation that took place a Tralee last night?
Rumour was 2 light planes totalled, 1 partly and another damaged. A fairly expensive evening.

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7 Responses to Plane BBQ
ant ant 12:40 am 26 Mar 08

Local TV had a short report on this. Qbn p’lice are investigating, 2 planes were burnt up. Lovely. What a charming society we live in, where peoples’ possessions are fair game to vandals. If you can’t protect it by shooting all comers, it will probably be destroyed.

ant ant 10:04 pm 25 Mar 08

I didn’t realise there was a little plane field in Hume. The Airport has been elbowing out the little planes since it went into private hands, so I guess they were out looking for new homes. And now some lowlife does this.

Steve_G Steve_G 9:45 pm 25 Mar 08

On 2CC this afternoon they spoke to the owner of one of the planes that burnt – seemed pretty upset, wasn’t insured because he was trying to sell it

p1 p1 4:33 pm 25 Mar 08

ABC Story here, but nothing new apart from they believe it was arson.

smokey2 smokey2 1:34 pm 25 Mar 08

Sorry about the only official news is fromn the NSW RFS website –

Current Incidents in NSW
The NSW Rural Fire Service responds to a range of incidents across the State. This table provides an indication of current activity by listing notifiable incidents being attended by RFS volunteers.

Council Name Incident Name Location Class Type Size (Ha) Status Latest Report
Queanbeyan Tralee Airstrip Tralee Airstrip,Hume 0 Non Bushfire activity 0 Patrol 25/03 : 01:00AM

JD114 JD114 1:29 pm 25 Mar 08

For those who know not, there is an airstrip immediately behind Hume where some light planes come and go. Sounds like there might have been a fire there from this post, but with no further details, no one seems to know.

ant ant 1:08 pm 25 Mar 08

Remote control planes? Or did some carpenter set fire to his tools?

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