Two army helicopters have collided in southern France, killing at least five people, police and officials say.
The crash happened at Carcès lake, just north of St Tropez.
Rescuers are at the scene, in the Var region, searching for a sixth person who was aboard one of the helicopters.
It is not clear what caused the crash. Both Gazelle helicopters belonged to a military flying school called Ealat, officials said. It trains pilots for the army and other military services.
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