QUOTED FROM BBC.COM:
A Spanish plane has crashed near Malaga airport.
Reports from Spanish media said at least 45 people were injured, and some were trapped in the wreckage. There were no initial reports of fatalities.
The aircraft, operated by Iberia's Binter regional unit, was flying from Melilla, the Spanish enclave in Morocco, to Malaga in southern Spain.
A spokesman for Iberia said the aircraft came down on a road, causing an unknown number of injuries.
Fire engines and ambulances were on the scene to help evacuate passengers.
One radio station, Cadena SER, said the plane landed some 200m (656 ft) from Malaga airport, blocking traffic on the national highway N340, the SER said.
The station said the main body of the plane had broken in half on landing.
The plane is said to be a CN-235.
Falcon....like a limo but with wings