Survivors of the plane crash arrive in Guatemala City
Five US aid workers are among 10 people who died in a plane crash in Guatemala on Sunday, police in the Central American state say.
The Guatemalan pilot and co-pilot were also killed when the small aircraft crashed about 90km (55 miles) east of the capital, Guatemala City.
Four other Americans injured on the plane were airlifted to hospital.
Initial reports suggest engine failure was to blame for the crash of the single-engine Cessna Caravan 208.
Victims' bodies were reportedly badly burnt, making it difficult to identify them and establish their nationalities.
'The engine just stopped'
The pilot reported engine trouble about 45 minutes after take-off and tried to make an emergency landing, Civil Aviation director Jose Carlos said.
The survivors were evacuated by helicopter from the site
The plane, which had been en route to El Estor close to the Caribbean coast, came down in a field of crops.
The survivors were ferried to Guatemala City by helicopter.
US citizen Sarah Jensen, 19, said her father and brother had been killed and her mother badly burned on her arms and legs.
"Ten minutes before [the crash] the engine just stopped and then we coasted," she told Reuters news agency, as she limped across the tarmac.
"We tried to land in a field but we overshot. The people on the left side of the plane were okay because there was a big door."
Ms Jensen and her family had been on a mission to build houses in a village near El Estor.