Remembering the life, death and soccer legacy of Colombia Plane Crash Victims
Seventy-five people were killed Monday night after a charter plane crashed in Colombia southeast of the city of Medellin, according to CNN.
The flight, which carried 72 passengers and nine crew members, was just a few minutes from landing, authorities said. Among the passengers was a secondary Brazilian soccer team that was to play Wednesday in Medellin.
Six survivors have been located, authorities said.
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