Mexican officials say the plane that claimed Mexican- American singer Jenni Rivera’s life.They say her plane nose dived vertically and the plane exceeded speeds of 600 mph. These are some of the first details released about what happened in the accident. No explanations were offered as to why the plane took the route that it did. “These aircraft require an awful lot of skill to fly and don’t leave a lot of margin for error,” said Lee Collins, a cargo airline pilot and executive vice president of the Coalition of Airline Pilot Associations in Washington.
Investigators say that it could take days for them to piece together the wreckage and figure out what happened. The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board said they will be sending out a team to help investigate what happened.