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Tragic Final Snapchat From Within Brazillian Football Team's Plane

Written by Ana Krneta
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A plane flying from Bolivia to Colombia, carrying the Brazilian Chapecoense football team has crashed in Colombia killing a total of 75 people on board. Among the soccer players, the plane was also carrying 21 journalists that were following the team.

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The team was flying to Medellin, Colombia for their finals match against soccer team Atléticao. According to reports three players have survived, Alan Ruschel, Jakson Follman, and Colombian paper 'El Tiempo' has recently reported that Zampier Neto may have also survived the crash.There were reports that the goalkeeper Danilo also survived but later died in the hospital due to his injuries from the crash.

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Two members of the flight crew have also been reported as surviving, Ximena Suarez and Erwin Tumiri. Journalist Rafael Valmorida has also survived, bringing the total number of survivors from the crash to 6. All of this information has been provided by the Colombian Civil aviation authorities.

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The reason of the crash is still not certain. The plane declared an emergency around 10 pm on Nov 28 and the Colombian airport gave it priority to land. The plane never made it to the airport, and ground controllers contact with the plane was lost at around midnight, two hours after the emergency declaration.

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Two members of the flight crew have also been reported as surviving, Ximena Suarez and Erwin Tumiri. Journalist Rafael Valmorida has also survived, bringing the total number of survivors from the crash to 6. All of this information has been provided by the Colombian Civil aviation authorities.

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The reason of the crash is still not certain. The plane declared an emergency around 10 pm on Nov 28 and the Colombian airport gave it priority to land. The plane never made it to the airport, and ground controllers contact with the plane was lost at around midnight, two hours after the emergency declaration.

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