Two people have been killed in a plane crash five miles off the coast of Jersey.
The light aircraft, a Cessna Crusader, believed to be registered to Perranporth, which was en route from Dinan in France when it ditched into the sea.
All emergency services were called to the scene at 10:30am.
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