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Colombia plane crash: Experts suggest plane carrying Chapecoense team 'ran out of fuel'

MailOnline Wednesday, 30 November 2016
Colombia plane crash: Experts suggest plane carrying Chapecoense team 'ran out of fuel'Investigators say it is 'very suspicious' that the plane did not explode on impact as it smashed into a mountain on its way from Bolivia to the Colombian city of Medellin.
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News video: 76 killed in Colombia plane crash, five survive

76 killed in Colombia plane crash, five survive 01:03

Colombian authorities are investigating the cause of a plane crash Monday night, that killed 76 people including members of a Brazilian soccer team. Nathan Frandino reports.

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