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A horrific seaplane crash into a river in Sydney that killed a British catering tycoon and his family was caused by the pilot choking on carbon monoxide, an inquiry has found

por Dorothy Culbert (2021-01-30)


A horrific seaplane crash into a river in Sydney that killed a British catering tycoon and his family was caused by the pilot choking on carbon monoxide, an inquiry has found. 

Richard Cousins, his fiancee Emma Bowden and their children died when their DHC-2 Beaver nosedived into Jerusalem Bay on the Hawkesbury River on New Year's Eve in 2017.

Catering giant Compass boss Mr Cousins, 58, Ms Bowden, 48, her daughter Hannah, 11, Mr Cousins' adult sons William and Edward, and pilot Gareth Morgan all perished in the crash. 

The plane was operated by Sydney Seaplanes, which has been providing flights around the city's tourist sites for 80 years. 

After a three-year investigation hampered by the plane's lack of a recording device, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau on Friday confirmed in its final incident report that exhaust gas leaked into the cabin, https://www.forexfactory.com/montanastrai poisoning the pilot and passengers with carbon monoxide - reinforcing earlier update on the investigation in July 2020. 

The family was on holiday from the UK and returning to Sydney after dining at a restaurant on the Hawkesbury when the single-engine 1964 DHC-2 Beaver seaplane crashed.

Gareth Morgan (pictured), 44, died when his aircraft crashed into Jerusalem Bay on the Hawkesbury River shortly after take-off during a New Year's Eve joy ride in 2017

Richard Cousins, 58, a millionaire CEO, his fiancée Emma Bowden, 48 died in the accident (pictured)

The body of a passenger aboard a seaplane that crashed into the Hawkesbury River is brought ashore along with debris of the wreck at Apple Tree Bay, Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park in NSW, Sunday, December 31, 2017

NSW police and salvage personnel work to recover the wreckage of a seaplane that crashed into Jerusalem Bay, north of Sydney, Thursday, January 4, 2018





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