The Boeing 767 cargo aircraft crashed in a bay outside the X'munston with three people Saturday afternoon in the afternoon, said the Federal Aviation Administration
NTSB said it sent a "Go Team" to a disaster site on Saturday evening from Washington, DC.
"These people and their families are our top priority at this time," the company said in a statement. "Atlas Air fully cooperates with the FAA and NTSB. We will update when additional information is available."
Boeing, who made the plane, said in a statement that "it is deeply saddened to find out about the accident." [1
Boeing added that he would provide technical assistance to the NTSB investigation.
GE CF6-80C2 engines, one of General Electric's most popular aircraft engines, said in a statement that he was aware of the accident and has a team to "provide all the necessary support"
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