Three people were killed Saturday when an ultralight aircraft crashed into a multi-family home in western Germany, police said.
North Rhine-Westphalia police said the aircraft crashed into the roof of the house in the town of Wesel, sparking a fire, the dpa news agency reported.
A small child suffered minor injures before the blaze was put out.
Witnesses told local media that the aircraft had collided with a hot-air balloon shortly before the crash.
The aircraft was capable of carrying two people, but police said it was not yet clear how many people were on board and the three people killed have not yet been identified.
Reuters contributed to this report