CALIFORNIA: A cargo jet crashed shortly after takeoff in South America on Tuesday, leaving four people dead and one wounded. The footage of the incident has been captured.
The plane, a Boeing 727-200 operated by Colombian airliner Aerosucre, had just taken off the German Olano airport in Colombia when it encountered some problems, reported the Airlive.
The aircraft had five crew on board. Two people were rescued alive, but one later died in the hospital and three more died at the scene, according to the Colombian Red Cross.
Aerosucre is a cargo airline headquartered in Bogota, Colombia. One of its cargo planes had also crashed on November 18, 2006 while approaching Leticia airport in Bogota.