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Plane Carrying Brazilian Soccer Club Crashes in Colombia, Leaving 76 Dead – blogged by @MsJennyb Earlier this morning (November 29) a chartered airplane carrying 81 passengers, including 22 players and staff members of Brazil’s Chapecoense soccer club, crashed in Rionegro, Colombia, leaving 76 dead. Initially, six people survived the crash and were taken to a local hospital for treatment, however, a source has confirmed that one has died at the hospital. Among the five remaining survivors are three Chapecoense players. Apparently, the team was set to play the first leg of its Copa Sudamericana final, which is the second biggest international club competition in South America, on Wednesday, before the tragedy occurred. β€œThe dream is over,” the chairman of the club’s board said. β€œYesterday morning I was saying goodbye to them, they told me they were going in search of the dream, to make this dream a reality. And we, very excitedly, shared this dream with them. But the dream was over this morning,” he said. The cause of the crash is still under investigation, however, according to The New York Times, the plane had reported electrical problems before going down.: Plane Carrying Brazilian Soccer Club Crashes in Colombia, Leaving 76 Dead @balleralert CAIXA CAIN Plane Carrying Brazilian Soccer Club Crashes in Colombia, Leaving 76 Dead – blogged by @MsJennyb Earlier this morning (November 29) a chartered airplane carrying 81 passengers, including 22 players and staff members of Brazil’s Chapecoense soccer club, crashed in Rionegro, Colombia, leaving 76 dead. Initially, six people survived the crash and were taken to a local hospital for treatment, however, a source has confirmed that one has died at the hospital. Among the five remaining survivors are three Chapecoense players. Apparently, the team was set to play the first leg of its Copa Sudamericana final, which is the second biggest international club competition in South America, on Wednesday, before the tragedy occurred. β€œThe dream is over,” the chairman of the club’s board said. β€œYesterday morning I was saying goodbye to them, they told me they were going in search of the dream, to make this dream a reality. And we, very excitedly, shared this dream with them. But the dream was over this morning,” he said. The cause of the crash is still under investigation, however, according to The New York Times, the plane had reported electrical problems before going down.

Plane Carrying Brazilian Soccer Club Crashes in Colombia, Leaving 76 Dead – blogged by @MsJennyb Earlier this morning (November 29) a cha...

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