A drone image has revealed the wreck of a plane involved in a crash in north Norfolk. 

Emergency services were called to Langham Airfield, near Holt, following reports that the four-seater light aircraft had crashed at 3.40pm on Tuesday.

Police understand that the plane was attempting to take off at the time of the incident. 

An image taken at around 7am this morning shows debris from the aircraft next to the runway.

Three people on board the plane were taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital for treatment with serious injuries that are not thought to be life-threatening. 

A man and a woman were taken to hospital by air ambulance and a teenage boy by road ambulance. 

Henry Labouchere, who oversees flying operations at the airfield, saw the crash occur and was first on the scene. 

He said the family of three had flown over that morning from Nottingham to visit other family members.

Police remain at the scene and a cordon is in place along the public footpath at the runway. 

The Air Accident Information Branch has started an investigation into the incident.