At least people have been killed, following a helicopter crash on the outskirts of the Turkish city of Istanbul.
At least five people have been killed after a helicopter crashed on the outskirts of Istanbul, reportedly after hitting a television tower in fog.
The Sikorsky helicopter owned by a Turkish company was carrying seven people including four Russian guests and a Turkish executive.
It crashed on a highway in Buyukcekmece district after taking off from Ataturk Airport, governor Vasip Sahin said.
The cause of the crash was under investigation, he said.