Airbus plane crashes near Spain’s Seville airport, at least four dead

At least four people died when a plane believed to be undergoing a military trial flight crashed near Seville airport in Spain. Two people reportedly survived the crash, while several others remain unaccounted for.

Andalusia’s regional prefect Antonio Sanz, who heads the local administration, told reporters a burnt body had been located amongst the wreckage, bringing the death toll to four.

It remains unclear how many people were aboard the aircraft when it came down, with numbers ranging from six to 10.
The two injured crew members were transferred to a nearby hospital with serious injuries, and a further two remain unaccounted for, the unnamed spokesman added.

The Airbus A400M reportedly crashed shortly after takeoff from an airport in Seville Saturday afternoon, local time.
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