Death toll in Wonderboom plane crash hits 2 - reports

It is being reported a second person has died in hospital after a plane crash near the Wonderboom Airport in Pretoria on Tuesday.

The aircraft hit the ground and crashed into a factory just a few kilometres after taking off from the airport, leaving 19 people injured.

READ: Prelim Wonderboom crash report should be available in a month: CAA

ALSO READ: History of the Air Convair 340 that crashed in Pretoria

Eyewitness News reporter Pelane Phakgadi says the aviation authority is yet to release more details on the incident.

We are waiting for a report from the aviation authority.

Pelane Phakgadi, EWN reporter

I have followed reports from several media houses and we do understand another person has died.

Pelane Phakgadi, EWN reporter

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