Seven people have reportedly been killed after a Compagnie Africaine d'Aviation (CAA) Fokker 50 crashed in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

The aircraft was reportedly operating a scheduled flight between the mining towns of Lodja and Goma in eastern DRC March 4 when it came down in poor weather conditions in Goma’s city center.

Seven people were killed and a further three were injured, according to the Associated Press, which reported there were 10 people onboard the aircraft. Other reports place the number of fatalities at six.

CAA was created in 1991 and it has been operating Fokker 50s since 2009. Its network covers 34 destinations and it operates Fokker 50s, a Fokker 100 and Airbus A320s, according to AerData.