Passenger plane with 104 on board crashes in Cuba | Archlight Media

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Plane Crash

A Boeing 737 plane crash on Friday not long after taking off from Havana’s primary airplane terminal, conveying 104 travelers on a household flight, Cuban state-run media detail.

Accordingly it was not quickly know whether there were any losses on the plane, which was bound for Holguin and work by national carrier Cubana, state-run TV reveal.

“It slam between the territory of Boyeros and the town of Santiago de La Vegas,” state-run TV said in its late morning news communicate, alluding to a zone nearly 20 km south of Havana.

Ambulances and firefighters were hurrying to the scene.

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Dark Smoke in Sky

“A section of dark smoke ascent in the sky,” said Ana Gonzalez, a close-by occupant.

Flight following sites demonstrate the flight was CU972, withdrawing Havana at 11 a.m. (1500 GMT).

Hence the flying machine was perhaps rent from a little Mexican aircraft call Damojh, state media said.

“There is still no data, we are gathering what we can to give remedy data,” a Damojh delegate told Reuters in Mexico. “As the day advances there will be more data.”

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