Mexico Plane Crash: 6 military personnel killed in crash in Air Force aircraft in Mexico

Mexico Air Force Plane crashed: It is not even known how many people were on board the plane. It was told that six army personnel were killed in this accident and the investigation of the case is going on.

Mexico Plane Crash: 6 military personnel killed in crash in Air Force aircraft in Mexico

Plane crash in Mexico.

Mexico air force plane crashed: Six military personnel were killed after an army plane crashed in the state of Veracruz, Mexico. Mexico’s Defense Minister said in a statement on Sunday that the accident took place on Sunday morning when Air Force Learjet 45 was flying from the airport of Jalpa city. However, it has not been told yet what caused the accident.

It is not even known how many people were on board the plane. It was told that six army personnel were killed in this accident and the investigation of the case is going on. Local media reported that the plane took off and caught fire. The incident is reported to have occurred at 9.45 am on Sunday, when a Learjet aircraft took off from El Lancero Airport in Emiliano Zapata, near Jalapa City.

Search for survivors by breaking cockpit window

According to local media reports, most of the aircraft crashed except for the cockpit and the tail after hitting the ground near the airport. It was seen in the video of the incident that the rescuers were trying to break the window of the cockpit of the aircraft, so that the survivors could be evacuated.

FlightAware and Rescuers have different opinions on the accident

Mexico’s defense ministry said in a statement, six military personnel were killed in this plane crash. Both the pilot and the co-pilot are among the dead. The Ministry has not yet told what caused the incident on Sunday. FlightAware data showed that the plane had flown from Mexico City to Jalpa in the early hours of Sunday, but rescuers said it was flying to Wilhermosa in Tabasco at the time of the accident.

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