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>> More than 100 people were killed in a fiery crash of a Boeing 737 passenger plane, in Cuba, on Friday, according to State TV. Of the 114 passengers and crew on board, there were three seriously injured people who survived, said Cuban President Miguel Diaz Canel. Images from the scene show the wreckage in a plume of smoke, with ambulances and firefighters pulling people out on stretchers.
Flight tracking websites indicate that this was domestic flight CU972, which departed at 11 AM and was headed just 500 miles east to the Cuban city of Holguin.