2 confirmed dead in light aircraft crash

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Rescue services are on the scene of a light aircraft crash at near Bredon Hill, Overbury in Worcestershire.

West Midlands ambulance service has confirmed it sent 2 ambulances to the scene of the accident.

Several fire engines attended the scene where it has been confirmed that two people have died.

Sources have told us that the aircraft, a Piper PA28, was returning to Gloucester Airport when it came down in a field on the Overbury Court estate. BBC local news has reported witnesses saying they saw wreckage in the trees.

AEROS Flight Training, which operates a flying school at Gloucester Airport, has confirmed that the aircraft belonged to them.

The Air Accident Investigations Branch (AAIB) has confirmed it is sending a team to the site

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