Survivor of Egypt balloon crash talks about the accident
British, French, Hong Kong and Japanese nationals are among 19 tourists reportedly killed in a hot air balloon crash near the Egyptian city of Luxor.
The balloon was flying at 1,000ft (300m) when it caught fire and exploded, plunging onto fields west of Luxor, officials said.
Two people, including the balloon's pilot, reportedly survived the crash.
Hot air balloon crashes have happened in Luxor before. Two British women were among 16 injured when their balloon came down in April 2009.
Linda Lea spoke to BBC Breakfast about her experience at that time.
26 Feb 2013
- From the section Middle East