The small aircraft crashed into a high-rise building in New York on Wednesday afternoon, killing Yankees baseball player Cory Lidle and his flying instructor.
The plane ploughed into the 30th and 31st floors of the building on Manhattan's Upper East Side.
The building was identified as the Belaire, a prestigious 50-storey residential tower on East 72nd Street near the East River. Photo sent in by Tom Lindsay.
Firefighters put out the blaze in less than an hour, but black ash from the flames was visible around the site.
The incident briefly raised fears of another terrorist strike, following the 11 September attacks in 2001.
The FBI quickly ruled out terrorism as the cause of the crash, although fighter jets were scrambled over US cities. Photo sent in by Rick deWitt.
New York Yankees pitcher Cory Lidle (centre with a ball) was a keen pilot.
Traffic in the area was affected, as shown in this photo sent in by Tom Lindsay.