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Amazon mourns 'terrible tragedy' as police video shows trail of wreckage after cargo plane crash

Amazon mourns 'terrible tragedy' as police video shows trail of wreckage after cargo plane crash
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Amazon said its thoughts are with the crew killed after one of its cargo planes crashed outside Houston, Texas, on Saturday.




Two bodies have been recovered from the wreckage of the Boeing 767 cargo jet.




Police posted a video of the debris, which stretches for a mile along Trinity Bay.




Captain Sean Archuleta has been named as one of those on the cargo flight.



Amazon said it is mourning a "terrible tragedy" after an Amazon Prime Air cargo plane crashed into a bay outside Houston, Texas, on Saturday, killing three people on board.
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In a statement on Twitter, Amazon's SVP of operations, Dave Clark, said: "Our thoughts and prayers are with the flight crew, their families and friends along with the entire team at Atlas Air during this terrible tragedy. We appreciate the first responders who worked urgently to provide support."
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