Nineteen tourists have been killed in a horror balloon crash in Egypt - thought to be the biggest of its kind in history.
The Foreign Office confirmed that two British nationals and one British resident died when the balloon plunged to the ground in flames.
A fourth Briton has survived and is being being treated at a hospital in Cairo.
Witnesses told how the balloon exploded into flames before crashing into sugar cane fields as it travelled over the Valley of the Kings near Luxor.
Two of those caught up in the tragedy were named by neighbours as Michael Rennie, 49, and wife Yvonne, from Perth, Scotland. It is not yet clear if the couple are among the 19 fatalities.
Next-door neighbour Linda Kettles said: "They were very, very nice people who kept themselves to themselves.
"They've gone on holiday to enjoy themselves. They only get the weekends together and any break together is good for them."
The couple moved from Dundee to Perth about 10 years ago and although they have been together for a "long time" they were only married recently, Ms Kettles said. Mrs Rennie worked as a hospital receptionist and Mr Rennie worked in the construction industry, she added.
The four Britons were on holiday in Luxor with tour operator Thomas Cook.
The other tourists, including holidaymakers from France, Hong Kong and Japan, were all thought to have died in the explosion. Authorities in Luxor, where there have been previous balloon crashes, have suspended all balloon flights and an investigation is under way.