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]>> A plane carrying more than 100 people crashed on Tuesday, shortly after take off at an airport in Durango, Mexico. And remarkably, everyone on board, survived. Dozens however, were injured when the mid-size jet, operated by airline Aeroméxico, came down around 4 PM local time. At least two were in critical condition.
The plane was carrying 97 passengers and four crew. Authorities said that the plane had taken off in heavy rain, and that it came down around six miles from the airport. The head of Mexico's Civil Aviation Agency told local TV the plane's voice, and data recorders would be recovered, once the rescue effort was over.
Flight number 2431 was an Embraer 190 aircraft headed for Mexico City, according to a statement from the airline. Brazilian aircrafter, Embraer, who made the aircraft involved in the crash, said shortly after the incident, they were ready to cooperate with investigators.