Fourteen people have been killed when a plane crashed in the Brazilian Amazon in the northern town of Barcelos, a popular tourist stop, the governor of Amazonas state said.
Twelve passengers and two crew were killed in the accident on Saturday, Governor Wilson Lima wrote on X, formerly known as Twitter.
"To family and friends, my solidarity and prayers," Lima said in the post.
Brazilian media reports said there were no survivors of the crash.
News site G1 said the plane was an 18-passenger EMB-110, a twin-engine turboprop manufactured by Brazilian aircraft maker Embraer.
It was reportedly on its way from the state capital, Manaus, to Barcelos, about a 90-minute flight.
Air Force team sent
Located on the Rio Negro, an Amazon tributary, it is bordered by several national parks and other protected areas.
News site UOL said the passengers were Brazilians travelling to the region for sport fishing, citing state Security Secretary Vinicius Almeida.
Video footage posted by the Globo television network showed the plane lying on a muddy dirt track with the front part of the aircraft in green foliage.
A couple of dozen people are seen standing nearby holding umbrellas.
The Brazilian Air Force sent a team from Manaus to collect information and preserve any evidence that could be used for the investigation into the crash, an Air Force statement said.