Plane crashes in Puebla leaving three dead


On Wednesday, September 13th, a small plane crashed in Santiago Tenango, in the municipality of General Felipe Ángeles, in Puebla.

The aircraft fell on top of a house, and fortunately, the inhabitants were not there at the time of the accident.

However, the three crew members died upon impact, as confirmed by Sergio Salomón, governor of the state, who expressed his condolences to the victims’ families.

Firefighters and Civil Protection personnel went to the scene to help. To date, the causes of the collapse are unknown.

It turned out that the aircraft left Veracruz and was heading to the Felipe Ángeles airport, in the State of Mexico.

Source: OEM

Puebla Post