Governor of Cuauhtémoc Blanco reported that emergency services were providing care on site at the Bodega Aurrerá supermarket
Two people have been killed in a plane crash after a small aircraft crashed into a supermarket in Mexico.
The crash occurred in the Azteca neighborhood, in the city of Temixco.
Governor of Cuauhtémoc Blanco reported that emergency services were providing care on site at the Bodega Aurrerá supermarket.
Mexican media, Diario de Morelos, tweeted: “The first photos of the interior of Bodega Aurrerá circulate after the impact of an aircraft.
“The preliminary balance is 2 people dead, and at least 3 injured.”
There are also reports of a possible risk of an explosion after a fuel spill.
Images from the scene show masses of debris piled high as the building is partly destroyed – with rescuers on site searching for survivors.
It was reported the aircraft is a BE9L that had departed from the port of Acapulco and was destined for the State of Puebla.
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