One person has died after a light aircraft crashed into a tree in a Suffolk village.
Police said the aircraft came down in Aldham, near Hadleigh, where it collided with a tree and became submerged in a pond.
At around the same time as the crash, homes in Aldham and nearby Elmsett lost power because of a fault on the 11,000-volt overhead electricity distribution network.
A spokesman for UK Power Networks said engineers were working with emergency services at the site of the plane crash to restore power "as quickly and as safely as possible", although most homes were reconnected within six hours.
Local resident Alison Gillies told Sky News she could see smoke rising from land behind her house.
"There are a huge number of emergency services in the village and our power was off for around three or four hours," she said.
Ms Gillies said it was not unusual to see light aircraft flying over Aldham as they take off from or land at Elmsett Airfield to the northwest.
Dennis Hill, who lives near the crash site, added: "The plane flew across the fields and into the tree, before falling into the pond.
"I think the pilot died on impact. There's an airfield nearby but he was way off track. It's like he was trying to land, but you've got fields and hedges in the way."
Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service said firefighters from Woodbridge, Hadleigh, Needham Market, Bury St Edmunds and Halstead, Essex, were called to the village, which is around eight miles from Ipswich.
Police and ambulance crews and a water rescue team were also sent to the scene.
An area around the crash site was cordoned off and the Air Accidents Investigation Branch was alerted.