Breaking News: No survivors in Amazon Cargo Plane crash outside of Houston

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According to the FAA, a Boeing 767 operated by Atlas Air crashed 30 miles southeast of Houston George Bush Airport. You can read the FAA”s official statement via Twitter, below:

According to OneMileAtATime the crashed plane “was an Atlas Air jet with the registration code N1217A operating on behalf of Amazon Air (which often has the ‘Prime Air’) branding.”

Reports are there are no survivors.

Stay tuned for more information.

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