MTV helicopter crash
An MTV helicopter reportedly crashed in Argentina, killing both people aboard. Getty Images

This is a developing story.

UPDATE: 10:15 a.m. EST -- The MTV helicopter was reportedly not authorized to travel over the Potrerillos Dam. Roberto Munives, a police representative, told El Sol that “due to the time of the accident, there is no hope of finding the crew alive.”

Original story:

An MTV helicopter carrying two people reportedly crashed in Argentina Saturday, killing those aboard. The accident happened as the U.S.-based network reportedly was working on a reality-televison series.

It’s unclear which show was being filmed, but the Spanish-language newspaper El Sol in Argentina reported the helicopter went down at the Potrerillos Dam in Mendoza province. The aircraft's wing hit the water, triggering an explosion, the newspaper said.

El Sol reported both people aboard the helicopter, Carlos Alberto Zarlenga and Luis Marcelo Barrera, were killed, and that police are investigating the incident.

MTV has not yet released a statement about the crash. Updates will be provided as more information becomes available.

MTV is the network behind some of the most popular reality-TV series, such as “Teen Mom,” which follows young women as they attempt to balance life as new moms. Among its other hit reality-TV shows are “Jersey Shore” and its spinoff “Snooki and Jwoww,” as well as “16 and Pregnant” and “The Challenge Bloodlines.”