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Posted: Thursday, October 3, 2019. 9:09 am CST.

By BBN Staff: The topic of the crashed jet in Blue Creek, Orange Walk on September 30th is still making international news.

An article written on the travel site “One mile at a time” highlighted that the jet, which was built in 1977, had no flight plan, no formal registration, but did “PVO” on one of the engines and is believed to be N511TL, which was taken over by an unknown owner in Mexico in November 2017. The article also noted that the aircraft did not issue
any distress calls which further pushes the suspicion that it was
being used to transport narcotics.

Commissioner of Police, Chester Williams said that the aircraft was tested for illicit substances; however, no word has been issued on the results of those tests. No one was found on or near the aircraft, and there was no cargo to speak of at the time of discovery.

Police investigations continues.


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