Four people have died in the crash of a twin-engine luxury business jet in New Mexico in the United States.
The plane was being tested at Roswell’s airport.
The Federal Aviation Administration has said the plane involved was a twin-engine Gulfstream G6 which was being tested by two pilots and two flight test engineers.
Police and fire department officials said the plane went down about 9:30 a.m. Saturday as it was practicing takeoffs and landings.
According to witnesses, the aircraft went into a roll after taking off and slammed into the runway.
The names of the victims aboard the plane have not been released.