No patients have been taken from the scene after a light aircraft crashed near Belfast International Airport, emergency services have said.
"The major incident was stood down at 12:49," the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service (NIAS) added. Three ambulance crews and an air ambulance were deployed.
Q Radio said it had been told that two people died at the scene.
We are operating as normal following an incident involving a light aircraft at Loanends 2/3 mls from Airport. The aircraft was not operating into or out of the airport. All further media enquiries should be addressed to @PoliceServiceNI
— Belfast Airport (@belfastairport) April 19, 2018
The aircraft came down close to a wooded area shortly after midday on Thursday, two or three miles from the airport, which tweeted that it was running a normal service, and that the plane was not operating either to or from it.
"It crashed in the vicinity of Loanends," a spokeswoman said.
Earlier, the Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service (NIFRS) said it was "attending the scene of a light aircraft on fire near Nutts Corner, Crumlin", adding that three appliances had been sent.
Spokesmen confirmed that the flight was not connected to either of the two Belfast airports or to an airfield in Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh.
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It is thought the aircraft may have taken off from Newtownards Airfield, where the Ulster Flying Club is based, but the airfield said it would make no comment.