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UPS Cargo Plane Crashes Near A Birmingham, Alabama Airport [VIDEO]

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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) says that a large UPS cargo plane has crashed near an airport in Birmingham, Ala.

The FAA is reporting that that the plane crashed early this morning as it was approaching the runway at the Birmingham airport. The plane was en route from Louisville, Ky. to Birmingham.

CBS News: Spokeswoman for Birmingham, Ala., mayor confirms to CBS News two bodies were found in this morning’s UPS cargo plane wreckage

The video below is from the crash sight and is courtesy of WIAT-TV in Birmingham.


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