A plane has crashed at the south end of Pitt Lake. (Google maps)

BREAKING: Plane crash in Pitt Meadows

Crash site is at the south end of Pitt Lake

A plane has crashed at the south end of Pitt Lake.

A mayday call was received at the Pitt Meadows Airport just after 2 p.m. on Tuesday.

RELATED: 48-year-old Maple Ridge pilot ‘unhurt’ after Pitt Lake plane crash, RCMP confirm

Police, fire and ambulance responded to the scene.

An air ambulance was also called to help.

Witnesses say the plane is upright and floating.

More to follow

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