A mid-air collision between a sightseeing helicopter and a small plane on the Spanish island of Mallorca killed seven people Sunday, authorities said.
At least one of the victims is understood to have been under 18.
Everyone aboard the two aircraft - two on the light plane and five on the helicopter - perished in the crash, a police spokesman said. The light aircraft and microlight came down on the Cami Taritx between Inca and Costitx.
It said one of the dead was a minor.
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The Balearic Islands government said on Twitter that the accident happened at 1.35pm in the town of Inca. The tail section of one landed in the road, while another photo showed twisted and blackened metal on fire in a garden.
Private Spanish news agency Europa Press cited unidentified local officials saying the aircraft had crashed into a farm field.
Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez expressed "solidarity and sympathies" with the victims.