"The plane practically nosedived," Mexican transportation official Gerardo Ruiz Esparaza explained. "The impact must have been terrible." The plane began falling at a 45-degree angle 1.2 miles from where it ultimately crashed. Although more details are being released about the actual crash, Gerardo says the cause is still unknown. The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board sent a team to join the investigators, but it will take days to locate every part of the Learjet 25 and determine the cause. There has been some question about the 78-year-old pilot of the plane, but Gerardo assures that he had a valid Mexican pilot's license. Alejandro Argudin, head of Mexico's
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