Plane crash kept secret: Remembering the lives of four men lost at sea

Katrina Lovell
Updated February 16 2024 - 4:16pm, first published February 15 2024 - 3:15pm
Port Fairy RSL president Mick Clifford at the memorial at The Crags for the Avro Anson plane which crashed 80 years ago in 1944 off Lady Julia Percy Island, also known as Deen Maar. Picture by Eddie Guerrero.
Port Fairy RSL president Mick Clifford at the memorial at The Crags for the Avro Anson plane which crashed 80 years ago in 1944 off Lady Julia Percy Island, also known as Deen Maar. Picture by Eddie Guerrero.

Four young men who lost their lives in as plane crash at Lady Julia Percy Island, also known as Deen Maar, during a training mission gone wrong have been remembered 80 years on.

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Katrina Lovell

Katrina Lovell

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Katrina Lovell is a senior journalist at The Standard who covers council news and human interest stories.

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