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Jackson Follmann says he wants to play Paralympic football

jackson follmann says he wants to play paralympic football
The Chapecoense goalkeeper who lost his leg in the Colombia plane crash last year has said he wants to play football in the Paralympics. Jackson Follmann was one of six who survived the crash.
MailOnline

Colombia plane crash footballer victim takes first steps

colombia plane crash footballer victim takes first steps
Brazilian Helio Neto was one of just six pulled alive from the wreckage of the jet which crashed down near Medellin, Colombia, killing 71 - including most of the Chapecoense football team.
MailOnline

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News video: Chapecoense trains in Venezuela for Libertadores Cup three months after tragedy

Chapecoense trains in Venezuela for Libertadores Cup three months after tragedy 02:29

Brazilian soccer team Chapecoense takes to the pitch in Venezuela to train for their Libertadores Cup debut some three months after a plane crash killed most of the team.
Source: Reuters - Sports -

News video: Plane crash that killed five is captured on film

Plane crash that killed five is captured on film 01:03

The dramatic moment a plane fell from the sky in Colombia and crashed killing five has been captured on film.
Source: ITN Captioned -

News video: Brazilian teams pay tribute to Chapecoense

Brazilian teams pay tribute to Chapecoense 00:59

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News video: Further arrest over Colombia plane crash

Further arrest over Colombia plane crash 01:01

Another man has been arrested over the LaMia airline plane crash in Colombia which killed nearly all the members of a Brazilian soccer team. Paul Chapman reports.
Source: Rumble -

News video: Colombia plane crash victims likely to be sent home Dec. 2

Colombia plane crash victims likely to be sent home Dec. 2 00:34

Bodies of those killed in a charter plane crash in the northwestern mountains of Colombia, which left 71 people including most of a Brazilian football team and 20 journalists dead, will likely be sent..
Source: Afp News -

 

Soccer player awakes from coma with no memory of deadly Colombia plane crash

soccer player awakes from coma with no memory of deadly colombia plane crash
So, who won the Copa Sudamericana?
canoe.ca Also reported by •FOXNews.com

Colombia plane crash: Second Bolivian suspect charged

colombia plane crash: second bolivian suspect charged
Bolivia detains a second suspect over an air crash that killed members of a Brazilian football team.
BBC News

Bolivia defense minister calls Colombia plane crash 'murder'

LA PAZ, Bolivia (AP) " Bolivia's defense minister says a plane crash that killed 71 people in Colombia was "murder" because the pilot only had the exact amount of fuel needed for the flight in..
New Zealand Herald Also reported by •FOXNews.com

Chapecoense name Vagner Mancini coach after Colombia plane crash devastation

Manager must put together an entire squad by January after the air crash that killed most of the club's players and backroom staff.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Footballer who survived Colombia plane crash takes tentative steps


Telegraph.co.uk

Colombia plane crash: Airline head held in jail as part of crash probe


Telegraph.co.uk

News24.com | Bolivian official breaks silence on Colombia plane crash

A Bolivian official who signed off on the flight plan for a chartered aircraft that crashed in the Andes is breaking her silence and accusing her bosses of trying to stage a cover-up
News24

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