Two people are believed to have died after an aircraft crash at a Co Down airport.
PSNI, the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service and the NI Fire and Rescue Service were tasked to the scene at Newtownards Airport just before 8:30pm tonight.
A spokesperson for NIAS told Belfast Live: "The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service received a 999 call at 20:21 following reports of an incident on Portaferry Road, Newtownards. NIAS dispatched two Emergency crews, a doctor and an ambulance officer to the incident.
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"No patients were taken from the scene."
The Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service told Belfast Live that they were tasked to the scene at 8:20pm on Tuesday evening.
As the incident was ongoing, they added: "We have three pumping appliances at the scene tonight at Newtownards Airport."
Police said: "Police and other emergency services are currently in attendance at the scene of a crash involving a light aircraft at Newtownards airport. There are no further details."
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