LONDON (Reuters) - A plane crashed and caused several casualties at an air show in Brighton, on England's south coast, emergency services said on Saturday.
The aircraft hit several cars on a main road, the A27, to the north of Shoreham airport, where the Shoreham Air Show is taking place, police said. It happened at around 1:20 pm (0820 ET).
"There have been several casualties but we have no further information on these at the moment," Sussex Police said in a statement.
Shoreham Air Show said on Twitter there had been a "major incident" and that emergency services were responding.
Media reports say the plane was a Hawker Hunter fighter jet, a type that dates from the 1950s, and that its pilot was pulled from burning wreckage.
(Reporting by Andy Bruce; Editing by Dominic Evans)