The Associated Press is reporting that a Turkish private jet has crashed south of Tehran in Iran. According to Iran’s state-run news agency, who is quoting another source, there were at least 11 people on board the plane.

ABC reports that the vessel was flying from the United Arab Emirates to Istanbul and that it went down “in a mountainous region of Iran,” according to authorities. There was no immediate report of injuries.

From ABC: Iranian state television quoted Mojtaba Khaledi, the spokesman of the country’s emergency management organization, as saying the plane hit a mountain in Shahr-e Kord and burst into flames.

The state-run IRNA news agency and state television said rescuers were trying to reach the scene.

Nearby villagers report that there were “flames coming from the plane’s engine before the crash,” according to Iran’s state-run judiciary news agency Mizan.

ABC further reports: Sunday’s crash comes after an Iranian ATR-72, a twin-engine turboprop used for short-distance regional flying, crashed in southern Iran, killing all 65 people on board in February.