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Six people were killed in a Mexican military plane crash

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Xinhua News Agency, Mexico City, February 21 (Reporter Wu Hao) The Mexican Ministry of Defense said on the 21st that a military plane crashed in the state of Veracruz in eastern Mexico that day, killing six people.

According to a notice issued by the Mexican Ministry of Defense, a Bombardier military plane crashed shortly after taking off from Rencello Airport in Emiliano Zapata, Veracruz that morning, killing six soldiers.

According to local media reports, the plane burned violently after crashing near the airport, causing serious damage to the fuselage.

Mexico’s Ministry of Defense said that the specific cause of the accident is under investigation, and the Ministry of Defense will provide the necessary support to the families of the victims.

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