A plane carrying 25 people crashed late Wednesday in southern Canada, injuring several people, local media reported.
The plane is an ATR-42 carrying 22 passengers and three crew members, according to a report by the CTV, which said the aircraft crashed less than one km from the Fond-du-Lac, airport of Saskatchewan province shortly after takeoff around 6:15 p.m. Wednesday (0015 GMT Thursday).
There is so far no report of deaths resulting from the incident.
The plane belongs to Saskatoon-based West Wind Aviation. The cause of the crash is under investigation.