A HOSPITAL has confirmed that all three patients from Saturday's crash at Teesside Airport are now in a stable condition.

The crash happened around 9:30 on Saturday, September 25, emergency teams were on the scene and removed the passengers from the aircraft.

Read more: Teesside Airport: Pilot and two passengers taken to hospital after crash

Previously one of the victims had been in a critical condition but a spokesperson at James Cook University hospital has said that the three people on board the light aircraft are now in a stable condition.

Two of the victims were taken to hospital in an ambulance while the more serious casualty was flown by Air Ambulance.

An investigation into what happened has now been launched into the cause of the crash.

The airport, which was closed for most of the weekend to allow the work to take place, but reopened on Monday resuming normal operations.

Speaking on Sunday, Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen said: "It has been a difficult weekend for everyone involved in the incident.

"We would like to thank our amazing customers who have been so understanding while the airport has remained closed and the incredible staff at the airport who responded quickly and professionally under severe pressure.

"Most importantly, our thoughts and prayers are with the three people on board the aircraft at the time who remain in hospital."

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