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THE fourth victim from last month’s light plane crash off Collendina is believed to have been found, according to water police.
Remains, believed to be human, were located at the wreckage area site last week, and although they are yet to be formally identified, they are believed to be those of Daniel Flinn, 55, of Mordialloc.
Donald Hateley, 68, Ian Chamberlain, 65, and Dianne Bradley, 63, were also killed when a light aircraft crashed into the sea on 29 January.
A report will be prepared for the coroner.

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