Two men have been confirmed to have died after their light aircraft crashed into a field in a rural area of Essex.
Essex Police said the Yak 52 aircraft's pilot and passenger, both from Essex, were killed after the plane flew out from North Weald airfield.
A spokeswoman said the aircraft was seen to be in difficulties before crashing into a field off the A414 at around 2.55pm.
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