One Way Flights to Pensacola to Pensas Capital is ‘Absolutely Not Possible’

A plane has crashed near Pensacolas capital city, with a passenger dead and one man wounded, police said Sunday.

The crash occurred about 8:40 p.m.

Sunday, just before 4 p.o.m., in the town of Lake Havasu City, police spokesman Sgt. John Wooten said.

The passenger, identified by police as 25-year-old Jose Antonio Guzman, was pronounced dead at the scene, according to the sheriff’s office.

He was identified as a native of San Luis Potosi, Mexico, who had a Mexican passport.

The man who was wounded was not immediately identified.

The pilot, a 47-year old man who has not been identified, was not injured.

Authorities said the pilot had flown the plane from Lake Havasota, Arizona, and the passengers were from Mexico, Canada and Mexico.

Police have not released a passenger manifest.

Authorities believe the plane crashed in Lake Havashita.

The incident occurred just days after a deadly crash in Pensacolas capital city of San Juan, where two people died in a plane crash.

A man who died in the crash on March 22 was identified by local media as Jose Alberto Morales, a Mexican citizen, who was from San Luis Pozuelo.

Authorities have not identified him or said what prompted the March 22 crash.