Two people have died and two are in critical condition after a helicopter crashed in northern Western Australia.
The aircraft, which has been identified as a Robinson R44 helicopter, crashed on Antheous Way, Bilingurr, a northern suburb of Broome, just after 2:30pm on Saturday.
WA Police said a male occupant of the aircraft died at the scene from injuries he sustained in the crash.
An 11-year-old girl who was a passenger in the aircraft was taken to Broome Hospital, but has since died from her injuries.
A woman and a child, who were also passengers in the helicopter, have been flown to Perth where they remain in hospital a critical condition.
Tourism company founder Troy Thomas one of two people killed in Broome helicopter crash. The founder of an award-winning tourism company has been identified as one of the victims of a fatal helicopter crash in Broome.
Troy Thomas and a 12-year-old girl died when the Robinson R44 helicopter crashed on Antheous Way, Bilingurr, a northern suburb of Broome, just after 2:30pm on Saturday.
It is believed Mr Thomas was flying the aircraft.