Colombia’s Doomed Plane Crash: Chapecoense Football Player Bodies Officially Flown Back To Homeland Brazil

Medellin: Dozens of coffins of Brazilian football team Chapecoense who were heading towards Colombia for soccer tournament by air, become the victims of a plane crash in Colombian Plane crash by blunder of airlines authorities as plane lacking of fuel.


The 71 dead bodies Brazilians soccer team players including other crew is coffins has officially been flown to Brazil on 2nd December.

Dozens of Soccer team players and officials coffins lands on Brazilian land by Brazilian Air Force Planes as it scheduled to reach the bodies to country early on 3rd December’s morning.

In hometown of soccer team player in Southern Brazil, the funeral services has held on 3rd December morning because the Brazilian President Michel Temer himself has to visit the ceremony at Chapeco Airport on the arrival of martyr soccer team an officials coffins.

The disaster on Monday left the killing of around 71 people as the plane crashed in Colombian mountains, initiatively the cause of the accident was not clear but few time later, a recording had made his way online and approached to victims lover which indict the plane was ran out of fuel.

The Lamia Bolvia BAe146 airlines which was ran out of fuel and lost the electrical power, the pilot of doomed plane radioed an emergency message to authorities and asked them to tell safe landing place as plane was running out of fuel but due to no immediate reply the plane struck in mountains and left 71 people died, hardly there were six people alive in incident.

Angry Brazilians is blaming the Lamia airlines and the pilot responsible for the attack despite receiving an apology letter from the airline authority. The President of Brazil and thousands of people has paid tribute to martyrs of Plane crash.

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