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Doubts, Guilt Haunt Those Who Missed Soccer Club's Fatal Flight

VOA News Wednesday, 30 November 2016
For soccer striker Alejandro Martinuccio, the surgery on his right knee two months ago was a tough blow, keeping him off the field as his small Brazilian team, Chapecoense, pulled off surprise wins against top clubs from his native Argentina. But in the end, the surgery saved more than Martinuccio's knee. It saved his life. After most of his teammates died in a plane crash in Colombia on Monday on their way to the final of the Sudamericana Cup, Martinuccio is one of a handful of...
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