An aerobatic plane flies over the Sydney Harbour Bridge as part of the annual new year celebrations on Sydney Harbour, Australia, December 31, 2017. (REUTERS/David Gray)
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A seaplane crashed into a Sydney river on Sunday, killing six people on a "wine and dine" sightseeing flight ahead of the city's New Year's Eve celebrations at the harbour.Several Australian media reported that four of the victims were British nationals, although that was not immediately confirmed by police.Police said the seaplane was returning the party of five people from a waterside restaurant in Sydney's north to the Sydney Seaplanes headquarters in Rose Bay in the city's east when it crashed into the water, immediately sinking.
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