At least 12 people have been killed after a plane crashed into a building in Kazakhstan.
66 others are known to have survived, with 49 in hospital - including 18 in a critical condition.
Footage from the scene shows the front of the Bek Air plane broken up after it hit an empty building next to Almaty airport.
The building is believed to have been a house.
Russia's TASS news agency reports there were 95 passengers and five crew members on board at the time of the crash, which happened early on Friday morning.
A list released by officials in Kazakhstan, meanwhile, showed that five children and three infants were among those on board.
Despite full fuel tanks in the plane, there was no fire - meaning survivors were able to be pulled from the wreckage.
Authorities have not yet suggested what caused the crash, and flights by carrier Bek Air have been suspended by local authorities while an investigation is carried out.
Survivors told local media that the plane began losing altitude shortly after take off.
Businessman Aslan Nazaraliyev told the Vremya newspaper: "At some point we started falling, not vertically, but at an angle.
"It seemed like control over the plane was lost."
The plane involved in the crash was a Fokker 100, a model which was produced between 1986 and 1997.
While the manufacturer went bankrupt over two decades ago, over 100 of the planes remain active - predominantly in Australia and Iran.