A widebody cargo plane transporting packages for Amazon Air crashed into Trinity Bay at high speed on Feb. 23 as it prepared to land in Houston, killing all three passengers on board.

The twin-engine Boeing 767-300, operated by New York-based Atlas Air Worldwide, departed from Miami then disappeared from radar and lost radio contact. It landed about 40 miles southeast of George Bush Intercontinental Airport near Anahuac around 12:45 p.m., according to Bloomberg.

Amazon currently leases 30 Boeing 767…

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Investigators probe Amazon Air cargo jet crash near Houston