This is a developing story.
An Aeromexico plane has crashed shortly after takeoff in northern Mexico.
It is believed between 80 to 100 people were on board at the time. Early reports say everyone survived the crash, according to the region’s governor.
According to reports, the plane is an Embraer E190 flight #AM2431 that was en route from Durango to Mexico City.
Aeromexico is the flagship airline of the country, and has an extremely safe flying record. The plane involved int he accident is less than ten years old, reports say.
Images from the crash site show a burning, charred fuselage in a field.
— Preston Phillips CBS 5 (@PrestonTVNews) July 31, 2018
— AIRLIVE (@airlivenet) July 31, 2018
BREAKING: Mexican official calls for emergency response as Aeromexico reports plane accident in Durango, more than 550 miles northwest of Mexico City https://t.co/cxCq6xUEwE pic.twitter.com/IkCZRuEmZC
— CNN (@CNN) July 31, 2018
Here is video from the scene.
Breaking: An Aeromexico airline flight has crashed shortly after taking off from Guadalupe Victoria International airport in Durango, Mexico. pic.twitter.com/hQZhRuVScK
— PM Breaking News (@PMBreakingNews) July 31, 2018
This story will be updated as details become available.