Singer Jenni Rivera dies in plane crash


Mexican-American singer Jenni Rivera died in a plane crash after the small jet she was travelling in went down in northern Mexico, her father said on Sunday. A spokesman for the state government of Nuevo Leon said investigators had found the remains of Rivera’s Learjet, which disappeared from the radar 62 miles from the northern city of Monterrey at about 3:30 am local time/4.30 am EST. Speaking after the wreckage was discovered, the singer’s father, Pedro Rivera, told all seven of the people on board the plane, including two pilots, had died. “Everyone was lost,” Rivera said, flanked by two sons. Investigators are still searching the crash site in the municipality of Iturbide, south of Monterrey. The transportation and communications ministry said the wreckage was strewn so far and wide that it was hard to recognize anything. It was not clear what caused the crash.


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