Brasilian plane crash kills hundreds
At least 189 people died Tuesday after a plane crash in Sao Paulo, Brasil. The crash, which is still under investigation, occured while the plane was landing at South America's busiest airport. Critics are already pointing to the unusually short length of the runway as the possible cause of the crash. Just a day before, a smaller plane had skid off the runway of the same airport during landing. However, no one was hurt in that accident. Officials warned that the death toll could rise, however, this is already the most deadly airplane accident in the world in the last five years. Brasil's president has vowed changes will be made to the country's airline system.