The helicopter that crashed in Norfolk last night, killing four people, took off from the stately home Gillingham Hall, police confirmed.
The property was owned by Conservative peer Lord Ballyedmond, who was among the four men killed in the crash.
Norfolk Police added that a "significant cordon" remained in place around the site of the crash.
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