Two small planes crashed in the city of Tours in west-central France on Saturday in a mid-air collision, killing five people, the BBC reported, citing local officials. The scene of the accident was cordoned off when emergency teams arrived at the scene. The first plane landed on a fence around a house in the nearby town of Loches, catching fire, while the second plane landed in an uninhabited area. “The five people involved are dead,” local government official Nadia Seghier told AFP. The Lyon staff were brought in first to find the plane, which was quickly found. “No immediate details about the victims were available, according to the BBC.