Two planes carrying bodies of Brazil footballers killed in crash arrive Chapeco

Highlights
–Fireworks was said to have lit the sky as the plane touched down in pouring rain after a flight from Medellin, Colombia.
–Two Brazilian air force planes carrying the remains of a football team killed in a plane crash have arrived the country on Saturday, December 3.

 

Two Brazilian air force planes carrying the remains of a football team killed in a plane crash have arrived the country on Saturday, December 3.

Fireworks lit up the sky as the plane touched down in pouring rain after a flight from Medellin, where Cinderella-story club Chapecoense Real had been travelling for a big match when their plane ran out of fuel and crashed, AFP reports.
#BREAKING First plane arrives with bodies of Brazil footballers killed in crash

— AFP news agency (@AFP) December 3, 2016

The plane crashed on Monday night, killing 71 people including 51 players, coaches and staff.
The victims will be laid to rest in a mass funeral in Chapeco in southern Brazil.

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