Emergency personnel work at the site of the accident after a Cubana de Aviacion aircraft crashed after taking off from Havana's Jose Marti airport on May 18, 2018. - A Cuban state airways passenger plane with 113 people on board crashed on shortly after taking off from Havana's airport, state media reported. The Boeing 737 operated by Cubana de Aviacion crashed "near the international airport," state agency Prensa Latina reported. Airport sources said the jetliner was heading from the capital to the eastern city of Holguin. (Getty Images)
A Cuban airlines with 104 passengers crashed shortly after takeoff from Havana's José Martí International Airport.
Officials say the Boeing 737 plane took off plummeted into a yuca field shortly after take off. No report of how many casualties have been released as of Friday morning.
Officials say the plane was scheduled to fly from Cuba's capital to the eastern city of Holguin when it crashed near the end of the runway on the southern outskirts of Havana.
Friday's crash was Cuba's third major fatal accident since 2010.
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