Mexico Plane Crash Kills Multiple People While Headed To Veracruz

A Mexico plane crash has killed multiple people and injured at least two people.

In a related report by The Inquisitr, it’s believed that an escaped crocodile on a plane may have caused a Congo plane crash that killed 19 people.

Reports differ on the number of people killed in the Mexico plane crash. Some reports claim that five people were killed in the crash of a small plane that was heading to the Mexican Gulf coast state of Veracruz. But others claim that only four people were killed in the fatal plane accident.

One detail all reports agree on is that the Veracruz state civil defense office says the small plane had taken off from the port of Tampico in the neighboring state of Tamaulipas with the flight plan listing its destination as the port of Veracruz. It is stated that the airplane went down Thursday night in a mountainous area near the town of Alto Lucero. Mexico’s Navy forces joined local police and other first responders at the site of the plane crash to rescue the survivors and recover the bodies of the dead.

At least two people were injured in the Mexico plane crash. These two men were flown by helicopter to a hospital in Xalapa according to Veracruz emergency services director Ricardo Maza Limon. One of the two men is said to be in critical condition, but the other man is listed by doctors as being in stable condition despite the seriousness of his injuries.

Maza said that authorities are still investigating the exact cause of the Mexico plane crash although weather has already been ruled out as of this time. The type of plane was not listed. The identities of those killed in the plane crash have yet to be released at least through English-based sources.