An airplane carrying Brazilian soccer team crashed in Colombia, killing 75 of the 81 people on board including nearly the entire soccer squad.
According to NBCNews.com the British Aerospace Avro RJ85 flight was headed from Santa Cruz in Bolivia to Medellins international airport in poor weather conditions when it crased around 10pm ET, killing 75 people, leaving 6 survivors.
The 6 survivors, 3 players from Chapecoense Brazilian soccer team, Hélio Hermito Zampier, Jackson Ragnar Follmann, and Ala Ruschel, flight staff Erwin Tumiri, and Ximena Suarez and journalist Rafael Valmorbida.
According to Associated Press, Ruschel suffered from a spinal fracture and was awaiting surgery . Zampier is in stable condition with chest and skull injuries and Follmann is being evaluated for currently uspecified injuries.
Altogether, the plane was carrying 72 passengers, including the Chapecoense squad and 21 media members and 9 members of the flight crew.
One of the survivors Alan ruschel also posted in his Snapchat strory with himself and his teammates Danilo onboard the flight before the crash.
Prayers up for the families of all their lost and the survivors.