Five people were killed on Sunday after a small private jet crashed into a residential cul-de-sac in Farnborough in Kent.
The plane, a Cessna Citation 1, was a commercial flight carrying three passengers and two crew. They did not survive. Pic: Fernand Kwasi-Frimpong Jnr
Eyewitnesses said the plane hit a garage, which burst into flames and in turn destroyed a neighbouring house.
The plane had just left nearby Biggin Hill airfield, and was heading to France.
Local residents said the people who lived in the house were on holiday. Among those on the ground, only two people were treated for shock.
The Cessna pilot had put out a mayday call to Biggin Hill, reporting difficulties and requesting permission to return to the airfield and land. Pic: Fernand Kwasi-Frimpong Jnr
Another pilot, who overheard the mayday call, said the pilot had reported "severe engine vibrations". Pic: Ben McIntyre
Neighbours came rushing out after hearing what one called an "absolutely almighty noise". Pic: Fernand Kwasi-Frimpong Jnr
The ambulance service, fire brigade and police raced to the scene. Pic: Fernand Kwasi-Frimpong Jnr
Firemen will remain at the site all night, and recover bodies on Monday. Pic: Liz Moore