A PILOT has been killed when his World War II Spitfire plane crashed between two businesses in Adelaide's northern suburbs.
Police said the plane crashed into a fence on Frost Rd, Salisbury, just before 2pm.
It is believed the aircraft was in Adelaide for the Classic Jets airshow at Parafield Airport.
There are only two airworthy Spitfires in Australia, both of which are based in NSW.
The fence runs between two adjoining businesses, which were both closed at the time.
Police are appealing for anyone who witnessed the crash to contact the Police Assistance Line on 131 444.
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