At least five people have been killed in a light plane crash in the north-eastern Argentinian town of Villa Angela, just minutes after the plane was stolen from a flying club.
The light aircraft, a Cessna 206, fell to the ground seven kilometers after take-off because the five thieves failed to open the passage for naphtha - a mixture of hydrocarbons.
One of the occupants was ejected and died instantly, the other four were burned to death.
With information from latinapress . . .