Brazillians Remember Dead Footballers One Year After Plane Crash

Brazillians remember dead footballers wey die for plane crash one year agoBrazillians remember dead footballers wey die for plane crash one year ago

Two army helicopters scatter flower over one town square on Tuesday as Brazillians remember dead footballers.

That na part of sad tributes to the upstart Brazilian football team Chapecoense, most of which their players die for plane crash exactly one year ago.

La Union, the town closest to the site of the accident on mountainside near Medellin, Colombia, host memorial ceremony.

The crash kill 71 of the 76 people wey dey the plane wey dey under the Bolivian carrier LaMia operation. The team lost most of their players and coaches. Only three players survive.

After investigation, e come be say the plane run out of fuel and secondly e carry overload.

 

A separate memorial ceremony according to plan go hold just after midnight inside the town of Chapeco itself.

The plane crash happen a year ago Tuesday Colombia time, early Wednesday Brazil time.

 

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