Emergency services are dealing with a light aircraft crash in Wales amid reports that two people had been killed.
Police said a "small aircraft" had been involved in an incident in the Leighton area of Welshpool in Powys.
Ambulance services said crews were called at 12.41pm and had been "attending two casualties from a light aircraft accident".
Welshpool is home to Mid-Wales airport which has a flying club.
A Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue service spokesperson said: "Emergency services have been dealing with an incident involving a small aircraft which has come down in the Leighton area of Welshpool.
"Two appliances from Welshpool, one appliance from Llanfair Caereinion, and a Land Rover Pump from Llanfyllin have attended the incident. Two breathing apparatus sets have been in use, and a low-pressure hose reel jet."