Boeing / Atlas Air / Trinity Bay Anahuac / Texas / Miami Houston;

BREAKING: FAA: Boeing 767 cargo jet operated by Atlas Air Inc. has crashed into Trinity Bay near Anahuac, Texas, while en route from Miami to Houston; initial reports indicate 3 people were on board.

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