Two people were killed after a light aircraft they were flying in crash-landed on a highway in the south on Saturday.
The plane crashed into Route 60 near the Shoket interchange.
Police said the fatalities were a woman and a man. They were not immediately named.
There were no immediate reports of any other injuries on the ground.
The plane had attempted to make an emergency landing, said police.
Emergency services said operations at the scene were complicated by the amount of aviation fuel the plane was carrying at the time of the crash.
The highway was shut for a number of hours but later reopened.