Friday, 2 December 2016

Funeral: Coffins Of The Brazilian Footballers Who Died In Plane Crash

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The coffins of some of the Brazilian Chapecoense football team players killed in a plane crash in the Colombian mountains, are seen at the San Vicente Mortuary in Medellin today. 
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. 
United for one last time, these are the coffins containing the remains of Brazilian footballers killed in the devastating Colombia air crash.The rescued goalkeeper Danilo died after succumbing to huge internal blood loss & organs damaging.He was admitted to hospital with two broken legs,arms,3 broken ribs,Damaged kidney & so on...

He murmured in deathbed "Jesus look after my family & take my breathe fast. Already some of mine friends are waiting for me in heaven ..they need a goalkeeper there.The bodies of Chapecoense players killed when the 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 SanVicente 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.

 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 ecumenical prayer.















































Brazil's Foreign Minister Jose Serra (left) thanks the people of Colombia during an event commemorating the victims of a plane crash in Medellin.

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