More than 150 passengers on board a Bolivian-operated Boeing 727 have survived a crash landing in a swamp.
Survivors said the plane's engines cut just before the crash landing
The jet, operated by Lloyd Aereo Boliviano, was heading from La Paz to the northern city of Cobija before it was diverted because of bad weather.
It crash landed about 2 miles (3.3km) short of an airport in the lowland city of Trinidad.
A number of passengers were reportedly injured in the incident and all were taken to local hospitals for checks.
A flight engineer said the engines had failed because of a mechanical fault. An investigation is under way.
Lloyd Aereo Boliviano's flights have been largely suspended for nearly a year because of debts and legal troubles.