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MasterChef cameraman feared dead in jet crash after 2 planes collided in mid-air as rescuers hunt for missing crew

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A MASTERCHEF cameraman is feared dead in a horror plane crash after two aircraft collided mid-air.

James Rose, 30, is believed to be one of the victims of the tragedy who was onboard the jet that crashed into Melbourne‘s Port Phillip Bay on Sunday.

Sky News Australia

MasterChef cameraman James Roseis feared dead after the horror plane crash[/caption]

Talented MasterChef cameraman, experienced pilot feared dead in horrific Port Phillip Bay fighter jet crash, , A celebrated cameraman who worked on shows such as MasterChef and an experienced pilot have been identified as the two men feared dead in a horrific mid-air collision in Port Phillip Bay., , Pilot Stephen Gale, the owner of aviation company Jetworks Aviation which was involved in the crash, has been identified as the second man authorities are searching for on Monday., , James Rose was also on-board the jet that plummeted into the waters off the Mornington Peninsula on Sunday afternoon., , Taken without permission
Pilot Stephen Gale is believed to be the second victim of the crash
Searches are ongoing after two military jets crashed mid-air into Port Phillip Bay, in Melbourne
Searches are ongoing for the two victims

Experienced pilot Stephen Gale, the owner of aviation company Jetworks Aviation is believed to be the second victim.

It is understood Rose was filming for a new TV show when the planes crashed.

A former Royal Australian Air Force engineer, Gale’s company owns the two Viper S-211 Marchetti jet planes which collided, au reports.

Authorities confirmed on Monday the search for the pair had resumed with three helicopters from the Australian Maritime Safety Authority joining  Victoria Police Air Wing choppers.

The two ex-military jets collided in mid-air approximately 7.4 miles west of Mornington.

It is understood they were conducting a formation flight over the bay when they collided.

Rose’s jet plunged into the water, while the other was able to return to Essendon Airport.

Raising the alarm, the pilot of the jet which remained airborne following the crash, radioed; ‘Viper 1 … mayday, mayday, mayday”.

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