A plane has crashed while attempting to land at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport, killing at least nine people and injuring dozens.
The Turkish Airlines flight from Istanbul with 128 passengers and seven crew broke up when it hit a muddy field short of the runway.
Rescue workers pulled the bodies of victims from the wreckage and laid them on the ground near the crumpled, single-aisle Boeing 737-800.
The luckier ones were rushed to hospitals in Amsterdam as well as nearby Haarlem. Officials said some 84 people were taken to hospitals, including 31 who were severely hurt.
The airliner broke into three parts during the crash landing, but no fire appeared to have broken out.
The tail section of the plane broke off completely. There was also a wide crack in the fuselage just behind the cockpit.
One of the plane's heavily damaged engines lay a few hundred metres from the wreckage.
Family members gathered at the Turkish Airlines office in Istanbul to await news of their loved ones.
Turkey's transport minister said it was a "miracle" that there were not more casualties.
Crash investigators have been working at the scene to try to establish what happened.
There was no immediate indication of the likely cause.