A chartered plane has crashed in India’s financial capital Mumbai, killing at least five people, officials have confirmed.
It crashed into a building that was under construction in Ghatkopar, a residential area in eastern Mumbai.
Fire officials told BBC Marathi that four people, including the pilot, had been on board the flight at the time.
Initial reports say the plane crashed while the pilot was attempting to land. It burst into flames immediately after.
The plane was sold to a private individual by the government of the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, a senior police official told the BBC.