Authorities say three people are feared dead after a plane crash in the Austrian Alps close to the German border.
Australian police say the identities of those feared dead are yet to be known.
The plane crashed into a mountainside cliff at an altitude of about 2,300m (7,500ft) and authorities said it burned completely after the collision in the Wetterstein region.
The small aircraft went down at about 5:30pm local time (4.30pm BST) in the mountains near the town of Leutasch, not far from the German resort of Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
It was not immediately clear where the vehicle was registered or where it was heading.