Singer feared dead in Mexican plane crash

MONTERREY, Mexico (AP) — The wreckage of a small plane believed to be carrying Jenni Rivera, the U.S-born singer whose soulful voice and unfettered discussion of a series of personal travails made her a Mexican-American superstar, was found in northern Mexico on Sunday. Authorities said there were no survivors.

The singer's father, Pedro Rivera, said he thinks his daughter died in the crash and that her brother will travel to Mexico on Monday to identify what they presumed were her remains.

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