One person is dead, several others are in critical condition after a charter plane crashed in Pretoria, South Africa.
Investigators were still busy on Tuesday evening at the scene where a historic chartered aircraft crashed into a dairy factory in the north of Pretoria on earlier today.
The plane was due to be flown to the Aviodrome air museum after reportedly being renovated at the small airport.
"There is smoke all over and paramedics are on the scene".
Tshwane emergency services spokesperson Johan Pieterse confirmed the fatality and injuries.
The plane hit a factory, critically injuring two workers before crashing in a field, killing one person.
Russel Meiring of ER24 said at least 20 people were hurt.
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He said the pilot was in a critical condition following the crash.
"We found 19 people inside the plane and we [also] had one deceased patient".
The 50-seater plane crashed shortly after takeoff.
According to the Aviodrome's website, it cost €350,000 (US$410,000) to make the plane "flight ready" and buy parts for the planned trip to Europe.
The plane was marked Martin's Air Charter, but no information was immediately available about the air company.
South African Civil Aviation Authority said it will issue a statement with further details on Wednesday.