Four people were killed on Tuesday in a tourist plane crash in the French island of Corse, French press reported.
The crash happened shortly before 2:30 p.m. local time, near the airfield of Ghisonaccia in the Corse, Xinhua cited news website Franceinfo as saying.
The website said that four people were on board the twin-engine plane when it crashed into the vines.
Fire reportedly erupted after the crash.
The cause of the accident, which left no survivors, is yet to be known.
The aircraft was from the mainland, according to Franceinfo.
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