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Friday, 2 December 2016

Brazilian Footballers Killed In Colombian Plane Disaster To Be Flown Home.

United for one last time, these are the coffins containing the remains of Brazilian footballers killed in the devastating Colombia air crash.


The bodies of Chapecoense players killed when the LaMia airline plane smashed into a mountain have been identified and are being embalmed and prepared for transport by military aircraft back to their homeland.

Heartbreaking pictures show the coffins laid out in the Colombian city's San Vicente Mortuary with chairs dressed in white left out for grieving friends and relatives.

The caskets are due to arrive in the club's home city of Chapeco as soon as midday on Friday and be taken directly to the club's stadium for a collective wake that Brazilian President Michel Temer is expected to attend.

The images of the caskets emerged as the Bolivian Civil Aviation Authority today suspended LaMia from operating.

It comes after teammates who did not board the doomed plane broke down in tears as they gathered with family and fans to remember those wiped out in the crash.

The tributes took place as crash investigators aided by dramatic cockpit recordings were studying why the British-built jet apparently ran out of fuel before slamming into a muddy mountainside just a few miles from Medellin's international airport.

Grieving Chapecoense players huddled together in front of tens of thousands of supporters at the team's stadium in Chapeco, southern Brazil on the night the club was supposed to be competing in the Copa Sudamericana final.

While the stands were a solid wall of green representing the team colours, the pitch was empty in a poignant reminder that players were due to be lining up for the club's biggest ever fixture against Atletico Nacional.

Instead of a shot at glory, the team, many of the chief staff, and 20 Brazilian journalists were killed when their charter plane slammed into the ground short of the airport late on Monday.









And instead of sitting excitedly in front of televisions to watch the action in Colombia, the people of Chapeco, a provincial city of about 200,000, trooped into their stadium to mourn and join in prayer.

from Dailymail


44 comments:

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    1. May their soul rest in peace. This is so creepy and weird.... A whole team. SAd... .
      Lordknows

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  2. hmmmmmmmm and some people are boasting of billions, cars, good wines, women etc all over the world. See how these guys just went like that to greet Baba God.

    I pray God give them a resting place Amen.

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  3. Dissis so hatbrakefool. May dia soles ress in piece.

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  4. My heart oh.
    I'm so heart broken. May God comfort their families and May they rest in peace. Amen

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  5. What a lose! May their souls rest in peace and may God console their families.

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  6. Very very tragic something.
    😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭.




    P.S. I don't want to hear that you saw it and prophesied it because thunder will fire you! You know yourself.

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    1. Very sad!
      Watched it on CNN this morning and I just stared in disbelief at the coffins. And then their last video of them on that Ill-fated plane was shown. And it was just sooo sad. They were about taking off and smiling intot the camera. Mostly Young handsome men. Chai! This life eh!
      I looked into their faces wondering how these young men died in less dan an hour of the video.

      May their souls rest In peace. Amen!

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  7. So sad. May their souls rest in perfect peace. May God Almighty comfort their families and friends. AMEN.

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  8. Eya, i can feel their pain.it's well.

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  9. Heartbreaking, may they find peace in the Lord's bossom.

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  10. That was one sad day in the sporting world! Our hearts are still with the pple of Brazil.

    The phobia of flying has even reached the Super Falcons of Nigeria, after 5 of its players refused to board their plane after it developed electrical fault shortly before take off. They opted to travel by road to Yaounde from Limbe to meet up with the rest of the team. Very funny one there!


    * ghanaman signing out*

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    1. I don't blame them.
      Still can't believe the tragedy of the Brazilian Players.

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  11. painful exit, may their soul RIP

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  12. This is so sad.
    Sometimes i want to ask God why he allows certain things happen. But who am i to anyway. Rip to the dead.

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  13. OMG diz is heart breaking. May their families find d fortitude to bear their loss. May their souls rest in peace

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  14. This is terrible. Rip to all of them.

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  15. Ran out of fuel! Chai see negligence! Third world countries ehn!

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    1. The pilot didn't declared emergency. He killed them

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  16. This is really heartbreaking..Rip
    Woke up really sad and at the same time,thankful to God..Logged on to fb and the first few posts on my time line were tributes to dead persons,about 4 of them..one was someone that i knew..i was so broken..why God loves me so much,i shall never know..Not to spite the dead, but to those of us living,God deserves our all. We might never know the value of our existence until we hear news like this..i chose to bury my worries and complaints, Lord,i thank you for the gift of Life..

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  17. This is heartbreaking.

    So tragic can't wrap my head around it.

    Dear Lord please rest their souls. 😳😳😳

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  18. Such a painful incident. The plane according to investigators had no fuel and developed electrical faults. To be at the threshold of making history and then be no more.

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  19. This is sooooo painful. Can't even imagine what their loved ones are going through. May their souls rest in peace. Sad

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  20. Wow! I have not gotten over this sad event since d day it happened. It's so sad seeing souls perished just like dt. May God grant them eternal rest.

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  21. May their souls rest in peace.

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  22. May their souls Rest In eternal peace and may God give their loved ones the courage and strength to bear the loss and keep going. through this tough time. What a sad tragedy.

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  23. May their souls Rest In eternal peace and may God give their loved ones the courage and strength to bear the loss and keep going. through this tough time. What a sad tragedy.

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  24. May their souls Rest In eternal peace and may God give their loved ones the courage and strength to bear the loss and keep going. through this tough time. What a sad tragedy.

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  25. Nawa ooo what a painful sight to behold. May their souls rest in peace, amen

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  26. Another sad news?? Chai
    May all their souls rest in perfect peace, Amen!

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  27. What a deadly blow for that nation!
    May Good God support their families.

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  28. May their souls rest in peace!

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  29. This is terrible, may their souls rip

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  30. This literally brought tears to my eyes. If only they knew.....

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