New Details Emerge About Mexican Singer Jenni Rivera's Plane Crash
Jenni Rivera, Mexican-American singer died in a plane crash at the age of 43 leaving her behind five children and two grand kids.
Last Sunday Jenni's plane fell from 28,000 feet in the air at 600 miles per hour killing Jenni along with three other passengers and two pilots. Questions were raised as to why 78 year old Miguel Perez Soto was flying in the first place because he was too old to be flying a plane. But there’s no age limit to flying and Miguel's license would have expired in January of next year. Also, the plane that Rivera was on apparently has had problems on previous flights, some of the equipment malfunctioned.
Investigators said it will take a few days to piece everything together and find out the cause of the plane crash and why it went down. The report will take up to at least 10 days to get the full documents issued. Investigators have found human remains and now are conducting DNA tests to accurately identify the victims for their families.
This is a very sad tragedy and my condolences go out to the Rivera family and the other families who lost someone in the crash.