Four people have been killed and 28 others injured after a hot air balloon full of tourists caught fire and crashed in Slovenia.
It hit the ground at around 8am local time (7am UK time) in Ig, some six miles south of Ljubljana, the Slovenian capital.
The balloon had requested to land about 15 minutes before it crashed, according to Slovenian news agency STA.
Quoting eyewitnesses, the agency reported that there were two balloons in the air at the time. One caught fire while trying to land in a storm, the other came to ground safely.
The bodies of the deceased have been recovered, while six children were reportedly among those injured in the incident.
All 32 on board the air vessel - 30 passengers, including foreign and local tourists, and a pilot and co-pilot - have been accounted for.
Some 21 of those injured were taken to Ljubljana Hospital, while the other seven wounded were taken to others.
The cause of the blaze is not yet known.
The balloon was still in flames when firefighters arrived at the scene of the crash, fire chief Tomaz Kucic told STA.
The area was cordoned off by police.
"We do not know what caused the accident and the investigation is ongoing," a Ljubljana police spokeswoman said.