Four people have died after a light plane crashed off the end of the runway at Redcliffe in Queensland’s Moreton Bay.

Police said the plane went down at about 9.10am (AEST) this morning.

The crash sparked a massive emergency response, with the Coast Guard and police are working to gain access to the plane.

A light plane has crashed into the water off Redcliffe on the Queensland coast. (9News/Twitter)

Multiple ambulances mustered at Redcliffe Airport.

Police have since revealed that the crash claimed four lives.

Details of the victims are not yet known.

A multi-agency operation is underway to investigate the crash, including Queensland Water Police officers and divers, the Forensic Crash Unit and the Australian Transport Safety Bureau.

Source: 9News

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