A devastating plane crash occurred in the northern town of Barcelos, Brazil, resulting in the loss of 14 lives. The governor of the Amazonas state confirmed the tragic incident on Saturday.
Reports from Brazilian media indicate that there were no survivors of the crash, and further details about the incident have not yet been provided. The aircraft involved was an EMB-110, a twin-engine plane manufactured by the Brazilian company Embraer.
The ill-fated flight was en route from Manaus, the state capital, to Barcelos. Regrettably, those on board, who were on their way for a sport fishing excursion, all perished in the accident.