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Mexican-American singer Jenni Rivera has died in an airplane crash in north Mexico, her daddy has verified.
Pedro Rivera, flanked by their two sons, told Mexican TV that their 43-year-old child and six other people on board the air plane, including two pilots, had died.
Officials have verified Rivera had been killed if the Learjet 25 took place on in Nuevo Leon state sunday.
She was created in Ca in 1969 to Mexican moms and dads, offered a lot more than 15m documents of norteno and banda music.
She was a judge when you look at the popular tv programme Los Angeles Voz, Mexico’s form of The Voice.
“Everyone ended up being lost,” Mr Rivera told Telemundo tv.
Civil aviation chief Alejandro Argudin told Mexican news that the air air plane have been “totally destroyed” while the wreckage scattered more than an area that is wide.
Transportation and Communications Minister Gerardo Ruiz Esparza said there is “nothing recognisable, neither material nor individual” into the wreckage, incorporating that debris had been spread across a distance as high as 300m (984ft).
A damaged Ca motorist’s licence with Rivera’s title and picture had been discovered one of the wreckage.
A US aviation research board confirmed on Monday that she had died up to speed the airplane.
It absolutely was not yet determined just exactly what caused the crash. Continue reading “Jenni Rivera, Latin music celebrity, dies in air plane crash”