A Saab 340 (LV-CEJ) operated by Argentine carrier Sol Lineas Aereas crashed Wednesday evening, killing all 19 passengers and three crewmembers onboard the aircraft. According to Bloomberg, which cited an emailed statement from the airline, Sol flight 5428 was enroute from Neuquen to Comodoro Rivadavia when the pilot reported an emergency at 8:50 p.m. local time. That was the last communication between the aircraft and controllers. The aircraft, MSN 025, was built in 1985. The crash site ...

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