A hot air balloon carrying 11 people has crashed into a lake in the Netherlands, injuring two people.
Dramatic footage taken by a passerby shows the aircraft coming down in Lake Gooi, near the city of Almere, and its basket being dragged along until it hits the shore.
The basket remains on its side in the water while the edge of the balloon dips and comes down on a road alongside the lake in front of a travelling car.
Witnesses can be seen rushing to help the passengers in the stricken balloon.
Dutch emergency services, including two coastguard boats, police, firefighters and ambulances, were alerted to the accident and attended the scene.
The two people hurt were taken to hospital with minor injuries.
The cause of the crash, which happened at around 9.40pm on Tuesday, is unknown. It is being investigated by police and the Environment and Transport Inspectorate (ETI).
Almere is situated in central Flevoland province, east of Amsterdam.