According to a report at the NBC News, a LaMia plane carrying a Brazilian soccer team crashed in Colombia at around 10:00 PM European Time on Monday, November 28, 2016.
It was either due to poor weather conditions or electrical problems but there was another reported testimony which still need to be evaluated by the investigators.
Five (5) people survived and 76 others got killed at the plane crash in Colombia.
Chapecoense is a professional soccer team from Chapeco, Brazil, which joined Brazil’s first division in 2014, and made it to the Copa Sudamericana finals last week.
Read the full story with video, Plane Carrying Brazil’s Chapecoense Soccer Team Crashes in Colombia, at the NBC News site.