At least five people were killed in Mallorca when a helicopter and an ultralight aircraft collided in the air.
The crash occurred near Inca in the north of the popular tourist island off the coast of the Spanish mainland.
At least one of the victims is said to have been under the age of 1
The Spanish media reports that at least three passengers – one couple and the minor – were traveling together by helicopter.
The other two deceased are believed to have flown in ultralight aircraft – a kind of small aircraft with a maximum of two seats.
The Government of the Balearic Islands, to which Mallorca belongs, confirmed at least five deaths.
Regional President Francina Armengol said emergency teams were working locally and one of the regional government ministers had been dispatched.
The local newspaper Diario De Mallorca reported that the airborne collision over the Inca hospital took place at 13:36 local time (12:36 GMT). , The emergency teams tried to determine if there were two more potential victims on board at that time.
Photos provided by the local fire department showed debris from aircraft in the city. The back part of one landed on the street, while another photo set fire to a shot and blackened metal in a garden.
The Spanish media station La Sexta reported that the wreck had landed on a nearby farm.
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez expressed "solidarity and sympathy" with the victims.