Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has cancelled campaigning for three days ahead of the October elections in the country after one of the candidates was killed in a plane crash.
Eduardo Campos' private jet carrying seven people crashed in the coastal city of Santos during bad weather as it was preparing to land.
Five people on board were reportedly rushed to a local hospital. Their identities and what condition they were in is unknown.
Campos, leader of the Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB), had been running third in the polls. The elections are due to take place on October 5.
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