Two people have been injured after a plane flipped and crashed on landing at an airfield on Mull.
Strathclyde Fire and Rescue was called to Glenforsa Airfield on the island at around 11.30am on Sunday.
It is understood that a Cessna plane flipped over after its front wheel dug into the ground during a landing.
A man and woman are receiving medical treatment for head and facial injuries.
Fire appliances from Tobermory and Salin Community Fire Stations were dispatched to the scene but a spokesman for the fire service confirmed there was no fire.
He added that the fuel tanks have been isolated.
The area surrounding the crash has been cordoned off and officers from the Air Accident Investigation Team are en route.
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