Plane crash in Dominican Republic leaves nine dead

Plane crash in Dominican Republic leaves nine dead

A plane crashed this Wednesday at the Las Américas International Airport in Santo Domingo, leaving nine dead, reported the company that owns the aircraft.

Puerto Rican music producer José Ángel Hernández, better known as Flow La Movie and responsible for hits like “Te boté”, is among the deceased., according to the list of victims released by the company.

“Helidosa Aviation Group reports and regrets the tragic accident that occurred this Wednesday by one of its aircraft (…), in which all the crew and passengers tragically died,” said a statement from this airline, which specified that the aircraft, Gulfstream type, it was destined for the city of Miami.

According to the local press, the aircraft he crashed when he tried to make an emergency landing due to a fault that occurred after taking off from another air terminal near the capital of the Dominican Republic.

An alleged flight document released by journalists on social networks accounts for the death of three crew members and six passengers, among whom They include Flow La Movie, his wife and two minors.

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