Brazilian team airplane crashes in Colombia, 76 killed and 6 survivors.

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An airplane carrying more than 72 passengers has crashed in colombia.

The passengers which also include members of the Brazilian football team Chapecoense, have all been reported dead with only six
survivors.

As per GuardianUK, the plane – a British Aerospace 146 short-pull plane envisioned above– began its trip in Sao Paulo, Brazil, at 3.35pm toward the evening neighborhood time. It made a stop in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, a clamoring financial center point in eastern Bolivia, soon thereafter before embarking for Colombia. 

The José Maria Córdova air terminal articulation said that at 10pm, a plane going from Santa Cruz announced a crisis on account of electrical disappointments between the regions of la Ceja and la 

Unión. 

Right now we realize that the debacle happened in Cerro Gordo the district of La Unión and that there were 72 travelers and nine group on board, including the football group Chapocoense Real. There are accounted for to be six survivors." 

Neighborhood media in Colombia reported that the plane was flying as low as 150 feet before the mischance. 

As per the neighborhood news site mioriente.com, La Unión's fire boss has said that no less than 10 individuals were being tended to at the mischance site. A highly sensitive situation has been proclaimed in the zone and two Colombian airforce helicopters have started hunting down more survivors.
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