Plane carrying Brazilian football team Chapecoense crashes in Colombia
A plane conveying more than 70 individuals, including individuals from the Brazilian football group Chapecoense, has slammed in Colombia as indicated by powers.
Medellin universal air terminal has affirmed that the contract air ship was included in a genuine crisis on its way to the city.
It is not known as of now whether there have been any losses.
Neighborhood media reported that the plane was conveying individuals from the football group Chapecoense from Brazil – a reality later affirmed via air terminal powers.
The group was booked to play Copa Sudamerica finals against Atletico Nacional on Wednesday in Medellin.
Medellin’s Mayor Federico Gutierrez said that it is conceivable there are survivors.
“It’s a disaster of gigantic extents,” Gutierrez advised Blu Radio on his way to the site in a hilly territory outside the city where the sanctioned flying machine is accepted to have slammed without further ado before midnight nearby time.
He said ambulances and rescuers were en route. It is not clear what brought on the crash in spite of the fact that it create the impression that the climate was awful in the range.
Chapecoense were headed to play in the principal leg of Copa Sudamericana last against Colombian side Atlético Nacional. The match was planned to be played in Medellin on 30 November, with the second leg back in Brazil on 7 December.
The group, situated in the city of Chapecó in the condition of Santa Catarina, play in Brazil’s top division, Serie A.
The club was established in 1973 and first won advancement to the top flight in 2014 and have been there since.
As of Monday, when they tumbled to a 1-0 vanquish away at Palmeiras, Chapecoense were ninth in the table after 37 recreations played in the 2016 season.
The Copa Sudamericana is the mainland’s second level club rivalry, one rung underneath the Copa Libertadores. The champ of the knockout competition increases programmed section into next season’s Copa Libertadores.