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Cuba Plane Crash: Boeing 757 crashes shortly after taking off

More than a hundred passengers have died - after a Boeing 7-3-7 crashed shortly after taking-off from Havana airport in Cuba. The aircraft was on a domestic flight bound for East Cuba. It is believed that there are only three survivors. Steve Mort reports.

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