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The Latest on a private jet crash in the Dominican Republic (all times local):

1:20 p.m.

Investigators are combing the airport site in the Dominican Republic where a private jet crashed Thursday, killing at least nine people, including a music producer and other elite music executives.

Ramon Reyes, director of security in the Dominican Republic, says authorities are still working to identify all nine victims. He says they include the pilot, co-pilot and crew members.

He says some of the victims may have been panicked passengers on the private jet.

He also said the tail number of the plane, 12AD-375, found at the crash site did not match the aircraft, but authorities are trying to confirm the plane type.

The Cessna Citation 525 is believed to have been on a flight from New York to Santo Domingo.

This image provided by “Reflections Entertainment Group” shows executives James Ingram, left, co-founder of Sony Music, and Stephen Verney, chief executive of Renaissance Group, left, a supergroup of world-renowned recording artists and recording executives. (Reflections Entertainment Group via AP)

4:55 a.m.

The death toll from a private jet crash in the Dominican Republic has risen to at least nine people, including music producers and executives.

Ramon Reyes, director of security in the Dominican Republic, says he wasn’t able to provide more details.

This image provided by “Reflections Entertainment Group” shows executives James Ingram, left, co-founder of Sony Music, and Stephen Verney, chief executive of Renaissance Group, left, a supergroup of world-renowned recording artists and recording executives. (Reflections Entertainment Group via AP)

This image provided by “Reflections Entertainment Group” shows executives James Ingram, left, co-founder of Sony Music, and Stephen Verney, chief executive of Renaissance Group, left, a supergroup of world-renowned recording artists and recording executives. (Reflections Entertainment Group via AP)

This image provided by “Reflections Entertainment Group” shows executives James Ingram, left, co-founder of Sony Music, and Stephen Verney, chief executive of Renaissance Group, left, a supergroup of world-renowned recording artists and recording executives. (Reflections Entertainment Group via AP)

This image provided by “Reflections Entertainment Group” shows executives James Ingram, left, co-founder of Sony Music, and Stephen Verney, chief executive of Renaissance Group, left, a supergroup of world-renowned recording artists and recording executives. (Reflections Entertainment Group via AP)

This image provided by “Reflections Entertainment Group” shows executives James Ingram, left, co-founder of Sony Music, and Stephen Verney, chief executive of Renaissance Group, left, a supergroup of world-renowned recording artists and recording executives. (Reflections Entertainment Group via AP)

This image provided by “Reflections Entertainment Group” shows executives James Ingram, left, co-founder of Sony Music, and Stephen Verney, chief executive of Renaissance Group, left, a supergroup of world-renowned recording artists and recording executives. (Reflections Entertainment Group via AP)

This image provided by “Reflections Entertainment Group” shows executives James Ingram, left, co-founder of Sony Music, and Stephen Verney, chief executive of Renaissance Group, left, a supergroup of world-renowned recording artists and recording executives. (Reflections Entertainment Group via AP)

This image provided by “Reflections Entertainment Group” shows executives James Ingram, left, co-founder of Sony Music, and Stephen Verney, chief executive of Renaissance Group, left, a supergroup of world-renowned recording artists and recording executives. (Reflections Entertainment Group via AP)

This image provided by “Reflections Entertainment Group” shows James Ingram, left, co-founder of Sony Music, and Stephen Verney, chief executive of Renaissance Group, left, a supergroup of world-renowned recording artists and recording executives. (Reflections Entertainment Group via AP)

This image provided by “Reflections Entertainment Group” shows James Ingram, left, co-founder of Sony Music, and Stephen Verney, chief executive of Renaissance Group, left, a supergroup of world-renowned recording artists and recording executives. (Reflections Entertainment Group via AP)

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