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plane crashes in Sao Paulo and no one survives, almost nothing left of the aircraft


plane crashes in Sao Paulo and no one survives, almost nothing left of the aircraft

Unfortunately one more plane crashed and none of the occupants of the aircraft managed to survive, the tragedy was in the Serra da Cantareira region of São Paulo and the Fire Department has confirmed that all died.

The twin-engine crashed into the hard-to-reach location on the morning of Monday, the 2nd, rescuers had a hard time getting there, as the forest is very closed and it took a lot of effort to cross the region.

It was so difficult to get through the woods that the rescuers could only get to the place where the plane crashed in the early afternoon and found them all lifeless, the corporation said through a message shared on the official Fire Department Twitter.

“Fire brigade crews are still searching at the crash site and unfortunately no survivors were found, just deadly spoils, we will update any new information here,” informed the post.

Rescuers had to rappel down to reach the exact point of the twin-engine crash and used ropes and even a helicopter. Eight Fire Department teams were sent to the Santa Inês Road, which is located in Serra da Cantareira.

The aeronautics fired the firemen as soon as they noticed the absence of the airplane signal. The FAB press office issued a statement stating that the aircraft is a turboprop twin-engine PP-BSS prefix manufactured by Hawker Beechcarft, a US company.

Professionals from the aviation accident investigation service have already been sent to the scene and will be investigating the case. This aircraft was not authorized for air taxi service.

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