A plane accident in a remote mountain region in northern Mexico killed every one of the 13 people on board, including a group of five that were flying once more from watching a confining match Las Vegas, authorities and local media said on Monday.
13 Passengers Died In Flight Crash Travelling From Las Vegas to Mexico
The destruction of the plane that took off from Las Vegas on Sunday was found through airborne observation in the northern district of Ocampo, the government of Coahuila state said in an announcement.
A photo distributed on nearby broadcasting company Milenio demonstrated what it said were the consumed leftovers of the plane, broken into pieces, spread over burned earth.
Mexican media announced that the travelers had been to a fight between Mexican fighter Saul “Canelo” Alvarez and U.S. contender Daniel Jacobs in Las Vegas on Saturday.
The nationalities of the exploited people were not quickly clear. The surnames of the three-team and 10 travelers distributed by the Coahuila government were all Hispanic.
The exploited people were somewhere in the range of 19 and 57 years of age, as per an adaptation of the traveler list distributed in Mexican media.
Paper Diario de Yucatan said on its site that among the unfortunate casualties were 55-year-old agent Luis Octavio Reyes Dominguez, his better half, and their three youngsters.
In an announcement, Canada’s Bombardier Inc recognized the fly as a Challenger 601 and said the plane had disappeared around 150 nautical miles from the northern Mexican city of Monclova.
Communicating its sympathies to the people in question, the organization said it had been in contact with Canada’s transportation safety board and would work with the examining specialists.