It’s already been a year since a plane crash took the life of Mexican-American singer Jenni Rivera, and now new details have emerged about what might have caused the jet to falter.
The crash which took place on December 9, 2012, was piloted by a 78-year-old who was too old for the license he was issued by Mexican authorities, and the 43-year-old Learjet was flying unevenly and shaking when it reached cruising speed.
Jenni’s legacy will be honored on the one year anniversary of her death. The U.S. Spanish-language network Telemundo is dedicating several days of special programming, including tributes in the Mexican state of Nuevo León by family and fans and near the plane crash site about 70 miles south of Monterrey, Mexico.
Rivera’s newest album will be released on Tuesday, according to Universal Music Group. It will include music from her last concert at the Monterrey Arena the day before she boarded the doomed charter jet.
A lot of Jenni fans are skeptical over the “official reporting” of the crash, with many believing the singer is still alive.