Two men have died after a light aircraft crash in Worcestershire.
The aircraft came down in a field near Overbury shortly before 1pm.
The Air Ambulance was forced to land a few miles away from the scene of the crash because of the foggy conditions at the time.
The doctor and critical care paramedic on board were driven to the scene by paramedic officer in a car.
Two ambulances and a second paramedic officer also attended.
Both men were confirmed dead at the scene.
A scene guard and a cordon are in place at the scene of the crash and are likely to remain there overnight.
The Civil Aviation Authority and the Air Accidents Investigation Branch have been informed. A team of investigators has been send in.
Superintendent Kevin Purcell from West Mercia Police said:
A spokesman for West Midlands Ambulance service said: