The Ministry of Communications and Transport confirmed Wednesday the crash site was located from the air, but so far crews haven't been able to reach the site because of heavy terrain, Diario de Morelos reported.
Secretary of Communications and Transport Gerardo Ruiz Esparza confirmed on Twitter none of the 14 people -- 13 passengers and the pilot -- survived.
The plane took off Monday from Loreto International Airport in Loreto for Los Mochis in Sinaloa state, authorities said.
Officials said communication with the aircraft was lost a few minutes after takeoff.
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