A woman who saw a microlight crash which killed a pilot has told ITV News Central she saw "two big flashes".
Emergency crews were called to a field near Stourton at just before 6pm yesterday evening.
It is thought the aircraft collided with pylons.
Pat Hancox witnessed the incident.
An investigation is to take place after a pilot was killed when his microlight aircraft crashed into pylons in Stourbridge.
The Air Accidents Investigation Branch will look into the circumstances of the collision at Barratt's Coppice, Bridgnorth Road as part of their investigation.
The family of the pilot who died when a microlight came down in a field near Stourton will be supported by specially trained officers, Staffordshire Police have said.
The man has not yet been formally identified.
It's thought the plane hit pylons before coming down yesterday evening.
Emergency services were called to a field near Bridgnorth Road, Stourton, near Stourbridge, yesterday evening. The pilot was confirmed dead at the scene.