Tourist plane crash kills 5 in French Alps: Emergency services
Around 60 firefighters were deployed to a tourist plane crashing site to put out a fire.
Five people, including four members of the same family, were killed in a tourist plane crash in the French Alps on Saturday, rescue services said.
The incident happened in the afternoon shortly after take-off from the Versoud airfield near Grenoble in southeast France, for what should have been a half-hour flight.
Eye-witnesses to the crash tipped off the emergency services, who found the bodies of four adults and a child inside the plane's burnt-out wreckage.
Around 60 firefighters were deployed to the site to put out the fire.
Regional officials said Grenoble prosecutors have ordered an investigation into what happened.