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A passenger jet crashed shortly after takeoff in Cuba Friday, according to reports.
The plane had just left José Martí International Airport outside Havana, according to reports.
The article goes on to state the following:
The plane was headed to the city of Holguin, on the eastern part of Cuba. Ambulances and firefighters are on the scene, according to state TV.
The Boeing 737 reportedly had 104 passengers on board. To weigh in on this information provided by ABCNews.GO.com, engage in our LIVE CHAT below. Scroll down.
— Matt Blakeley (@blakeley1990) May 18, 2018
BREAKING: Reports of a plane crash at the international airport in Havana, Cuba. Cuban authorities say it was a 737 Cubana de Aviacion airliner and it was heading to Holguin. Casualties reported.
— CTV Northern Ontario (@CTVNorthernNews) May 18, 2018
BREAKING NEWS: Reports of plane crash in Cuba https://t.co/tXzmlpeHfK
— NEWS 1130 (@NEWS1130) May 18, 2018
UPDATE ON Cuba plane crash – Boeing 737 plane had 104 passengers on board. It was a domestic flight from Havana to Holguin. Details unfolding #ConsumersBeware @CofekAviation pic.twitter.com/tKZ60ncCnX
— Consumers Federation of Kenya (COFEK) (@ConsumersKenya) May 18, 2018