Two people have been killed after a light aircraft, which had taken off from the Scottish Borders, crashed in Yorkshire.
A search was launched on Wednesday evening after reports a plane had come down one mile short of the runway at Beverley Airfield, East Yorkshire, at 7.30pm.
The air ambulance was dispatched, but police said the two people on board suffered fatal injuries in the crash.
Emergency services, volunteers and local residents scoured the countryside for the wreckage, which was eventually found in the corner of a field.
The Air Accidents Investigation Branch has launched a probe into the incident.
While police initially said the two people on board were safe, it later confirmed the pilot and passenger had died.
The plane had been flying south from the Scottish Borders when it came down near to the approach to the landing strip at Beverley Airfield, police said.
Humberside Police said the families of both victims had been informed and it was supporting the AAIB's investigation.
Police have appealed for witnesses to call 101.