Plane reportedly carrying Brazilian football team Chapecoense crashes in Colombia
According to a UK website Mirror.co.uk a plane carrying a Brazilian football team has reportedly crashed in Colombia
Authorities are responding to an emergency after an airplane with 80 people on board has crashed on its way to Medellin’s international airport.
The flight was transporting the Brazilian side Chapecoense to Medellin airport when it disappeared off radar,
The Chapecoense are thought to have been heading for the final of the South American football championship.
A video shared on Twitter claimed to show the moment the plane disappeared from view on flight radar.
Momento donde se pierde contacto radar con la aeronave que transportaba al equipo Chapecoense. pic.twitter.com/C59eXyOoEZ
— Andres Felipe Arcos (@AndresFelipe) November 29, 2016
From the latest reports, 10 people have been injured and the evacuation process is on.
The crash occurred due to lack of fuel at around 10.15 p.m. (local time), according to Mi Oriente.