Plane wreckage believing to have carried Mexican-American singer Jenni Rivera found

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Roughly four hours after going missing the wreckage of the plane that is believed to have been carrying popular Mexican-American singer, Jenni Rivera and six others has been found.

The wreckage was found in Nuevo Leon and there were no apparent survivors, said authorities in a statement to MSNBC.com.

Telemundo also reported that the jet can not be definitively identified as the same jet that was carrying the singer, but evidence suggests it is the same aircraft.

Officials said that the jet went missing about 62 miles south of Monterrey where just a day before Rivera had given a concert. The plane was headed to Toluca near Mexico City, said The Los Angeles Times.

Rivera was 43-years old and was best known for her interpretations of the Mexican norterno and banda music.

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