Mexico: Cloudy weather likely cause of helicopter crash

By REUTERS
November 11, 2011 23:39

 
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MEXICO CITY - The helicopter crash which killed Mexican Interior Minister Francisco Blake happened in cloudy conditions and could have been an accident, President Felipe Calderon said on Friday.

"The cloudy conditions at the time certainly make you think about the probability of an accident," Calderon said in a televised address.

"Regardless, there were will be exhaustive investigations into the circumstances around the fatal incident," he added.

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