Death toll in Brazil plane crash could reach 200

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July 18, 2007 05:57

 
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An airliner carrying 175 people crashed and burst into flames after landing at Brazil's busiest airport in driving rain on a runway criticized as being too short. The state governor said all aboard were likely dead. The Brazilian Tam airlines plane traveled the length of the runway Tuesday before barreling over or across a busy avenue at the height of the evening rush hour and crashed into a gas station and a building owned by the airline.

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