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Wednesday, 26 July, 2000, 07:12 GMT 08:12 UK
In pictures: Concorde crash
Emergency teams were quick to arrive at the scene outside Paris where an Air France Concorde crashed, killing all passengers and crew.

This picture by an amateur photographer was flashed around the world

French policeman looking at the debris
A French gendarme looks at the smouldering pile of charred wood, twisted metal and cement left behind

Helicopters around the crash
Rescue helicopters were quickly on the scene

Plume of black smoke
A huge plume of black smoke could be seen for miles

General scene of crash
Two massive ruts were gouged out of the field

Aerial view of the crash
The crash caused widespread devastation on the ground

Hotel sign with plane's wreckage
The plane slammed into a hotel, leaving parts of it in rubble and in flames

Firemen
Firemen fought to bring the flames under control

The hotel smoulders hours after the crash
The hotel smoulders hours after the crash

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