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DURATION: :53-----------------------------------------SHOTLIST:TV Azteca - AP Clients / Courtesy / No Access MexicoMonterrey, Mexico - Dec. 81. MS Jenni Rivera in concert in Monterrey, Mexico2. AP Graphic of Monterrey, Mexico map3. MS Jenni Rivera press conference on Dec. 84. AP Photo of Jenni Rivera5. AP Photo of Jenni Rivera 6. AP Photo of Jenni Rivera 7. MS Jenni Rivera in concert in Monterrey, MexicoVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:MEXICAN AMERICAN MUSIC SUPERSTAR JENNI RIVERA IS BELIEVED TO BE THE VICTIM OF A PLANE CRASH IN NORTHERN MEXICO IN WHICH THERE WERE NO SURVIVORS.THIS CONCERT FOOTAGE SHOWS HER PERFORMING IN MONTERREY, MEXICO SATURDAY NIGHT.SHORTLY AFTER 3:30 AM SUNDAY -- A LEAR JET BELIEVED TO BE CARRYING RIVERA AND SIX OTHERS, INCLUDING HER PUBLICIST AND ATTORNEY -- TOOK OFF FROM MONTERREY AND THEN CRASHED AS IT WAS HEADED TOWARD MEXICO CITY.RIVERA TALKED ABOUT HER MUSIC AND FANS DURING A PRESS CONFERENCE SATURDAY.SHE WAS BORN AND RAISED IN LONG BEACH CALIFORNIA AND WAS A STAR ON BOTH SIDES OF THE BORDER.SHE RECENTLY WON TWO BILLBOARD MEXICAN MUSIC AWARDS -- AND SHE WAS NOMINATED TO THE LATIN GRAMMY IN 2002 -- 2008 -- AND 2011.A TRANSPORTATION MINISTER IN MEXICO SAID THERE NO SURVIVORS ABOARD THE PLANE.AND NO CAUSE WAS GIVEN FOR THE CRASH.SIGOUT - Name/Associated Press