CHAMBERS COUNTY, Texas ̵
A large cargo plane crashed on Saturday in Texas and killed all three people on board, officials said.
Pictures: Amazon cargo plane crashes to shallow bays
Federal Aviation Security Division said that the twin engine Boeing 767 floats down at about 10am. 12.45. About 3 miles west of Chambers County Airport, KHOU reported.
Chambers County Sheriff's Office said no one survived, WPLG reported.
Witnesses said they heard the aircraft's engines surging and that the vessel became sharp before entering a level, said Chr. County Sheriff Brian Hawthorne.
Dave Clark, senior vice president of Worldwide Operations at Amazon, said:
"Our thoughts and prayers are with the flight crew, their families and friends along with the entire team at Atlas Air during this terrible tragedy. praise the first respondents who worked hard to provide support. "
Hawthorne told the Houston Chronicle late Saturday afternoon that police had found human remains at the crash site.
Investigators have also recovered parts of aircraft," he said. "It's all from cardboard boxes to women's clothes and sheets," Hawthorne said.
The largest piece of Boeing 767 police restored is 50 meters long, the Hawthorne newspaper said.
Sheriff said to restore bits of the plane and its black box containing flight data will be difficult in muddy marshland that extends to about 5 meters deep in the area. Airboats are needed to get to the area.  BREAKING: 767 Airlift crashes near Anahuac, Chambers County. @FAANews spokesman says Atlas Air. Inc. lost lost radio contact 30 miles SE of Bush Airport and went down into Trinity Bay. Initial reports indicate 3 persons on board. # KHOU11 Examiner
– Jeremy Rogalski (@JRogalskiKHOU) February 23, 2019
Boeing is aware of media reports on a 767 freight accident in Texas and is collecting more information.
– Boeing Airplanes (@BoeingAirplanes) February 23, 2019
The aircraft, operated by Atlas Air, departed from Miami and was directed to George Bush International Airport.
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. @ CBSNews reports that an Atlas Air 767 in the Amazon Prime Air delivery has crashed on the approach of @iah . Fly departure @iflymia . The last position @ flightradar24 had it at 1,325 meters above the bay. https://t.co/DLbciBMLBt pic.twitter.com/ZSQvCAlkMw
– Jason Rabinowitz (@AirlineFlyer) February 23, 2019
Atlas Air operates 20 carriers to Amazon. Amazon Prime Air-branded aircraft were converted from a passenger to cargo aircraft in 2016, reported Airways Magazine.
FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating.
– FAA (@FAANews) February 23, 2019
Associate Press contributed to this report.
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