Missing Mexican Airplane Found With No Survivors
- Missing Mexican airplane was found hours after it was reported missing.
- All the 13 people on board died in the crash that occurred in the mountainous region in the northern municipality of Ocampo.
- The pa s sengers had been in Las Vegas where they reached for a boxing match between U.S. fighter Daniel Jacobs and Mexican Saul "Canelo" Alvarez.
- Initial reports suggested bad weather conditions were responsible for the crash.
Traces of the missing Mexican airplane were found on Monday, 6th May; all the 13 members on board were killed in the crash, reported the U.S. city of Las Vegas and Monterrey in northern Mexico.
The wreckage of the aircraft was found in a remote mountainous zone in the northern municipality of Ocampo hours after it was reported missing through use of aerial surveillance
Photographs provided to the local media showed the burnt remainings of the plane and broken pieces. Mexican media said the pa s sengers had been to a boxing match between Mexican boxer Saul "Canelo" Alvarez and US fighter Daniel Jacobs on Saturday in Las Vegas.
According to a version of the pa s senger list published in Mexican media, the victims ranged from 19 and 57 years old. Mexican businessman Luis Octavio Reyes Dominguez, 55, his wife, and their three children were also in the jet.
The private jet was identified as a Challenger 601, and the investigators said the plane went missing on Sunday about 280 kilometers from Monclova, a northern Mexican city.
An emergency services official in Coahuila, Francisco Martinez told adverse weather conditions was responsible for the crash.