No one has survived a plane crash in south Texas Saturday.
A twin-engine cargo plane, carrying three people, was seen by residents flying way too low in Baytown moments before the crash.
Witnesses say the plane then disappeared over trees before hearing the very loud crash, which has seemingly killed all who were onboard.
According to the Associated Press, the Federal Aviation Administration issued an alert on the Boeing 767 after losing radio contact approximately 30 miles southeast of Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
Officials said they were unable to find any survivors or remains even at the crash site,
In a news conference, Chambers County Sheriff Brian Hawthorn “I feel like it’s probably a crash that nobody would be capable of surviving,” he said.
The flight was operated by Atlas Air Inc. and was headed from Miami to Houston.
Officials are investigation the crash to learn what exactly what went wrong.