Two light planes collided at Melbourne's Moorabbin Airport on Saturday, while taxiing on the runway. Three people have been injured in the accident.
One of the planes reportedly made an emergency landing after experiencing engine trouble, following which it crashed with another light plane.
A man and a woman and a third person were taken to a hospital with minor injuries, while several others were treated for 'shock'.
All five people at the scene were treated for shock, Ambulance Victoria Spokesman John Mullen said, according to ABC News.
Both planes were badly damaged in the crash, pictures of which surfaced online, and firefighters were working to contain a fuel leak in the area.
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