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Seven people have been killed in a plane crash in southeastern Brazil

This content was released on September 14, 2021 – 02:08 PM

Sao Paulo, Sept. 14 (EFE) .- Seven people were killed when a plane they were traveling in crashed into the southeastern Brazilian state of S பாo Paulo this Tuesday.

According to the fire department, the plane took off in a forest area near the Sவோo Paulo State Technical School (FEDEC) in the municipality of Sசo Paulo in Prague.

According to the aforementioned source, seven passengers on the plane’s passenger list were killed in the crash, which occurred local time (12:00 GMT).

Local media reported that five of the seven dead were from the same family.

According to images from security cameras in the area, the plane crashed into a wooded area, causing a fire on the premises, and several firefighters were dispatched to put it out.

According to Brazilian officials quoted by local media, most were burned and the victims could not be identified instead of the events.

Police said they would begin an investigation to clarify the cause of the crash. EFE

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