Plane with 142 people on board goes down in St. Johns River in Jacksonville, Florida

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A commercial jet with 142 people on board went down in the St. Johns River Friday night near Naval Air Station Jacksonville, according to WJXT.

According to a news release from NAS Jacksonville, a Boeing 737 was arriving from Naval Station Guantanamo Bay when it crashed into the St. Johns River at the end of the runway.

All the people on the plane are alive and accounted for, according to WJXT.

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office tweeted out photos of the plane in the water.

A Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Marine Unit was called in to assist Naval Air Station Jacksonville.

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