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BOGOTA, November 29. /TASS/. At least 10 people survived after a plane carrying Brazil’s football team Chapecoense crashed in Colombia, a local news portal mioriente.com reported on Tuesday.
"At least 10 passengers, who were onboard the plane, are receiving assistance. A search for survivors is continuing at the crash scene," the head of a firefighting team working at the site said.
According to preliminary data, the plane crashed on the border between municipalities of Ceja and La Union, in Colombia’s Antioquia. A total of 72 passengers and 9 crew members were onboard the plane.
Flight #LMI2933 took of from Santa Cruz (VVI) at 22:18 UTC time and lost signal from Flightradar24 near Medellin (MDE) at 02:55 UTC time pic.twitter.com/mLL7cGTf93— Flightradar24 (@flightradar24) 29 November 2016