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Eight people have reportedly died after a plane crashed into a two-storey office building near Milan.
The pilot and passengers on board the aircraft were all pronounced dead after it collided with the building near a subway station in the suburb of San Donato Milanese.
The explosion has also caused a number of cars parked nearby to set alight.
The aircraft involved is thought to have been a tourist plane carrying the pilot, co-pilot and six passengers, one of whom was a child.
Sky tg24 in Italy reports that the office building was unoccupied at the time of the accident, adding that while those on-board are yet to be identified, it is believed that at least one passenger was French.
Huge plumes of thick black smoke were seen filling the skies above San Donato.
The plane was thought to have been travelling from Milan's Linate Airport to Olbia, a city in Sardinia.
The National Agency for Flight Safety (ANSV) has reportedly opened an investigation into the crash.
No one else, aside from those on the plane, were injured in the explosion.
Firefighters have been pictured working at the site of the wreckage, examining the building and extinguishing the cars which caught fire.
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