An Avro RJ85, operated by Latin American charter airline LaMia, crashed in Colombia Nov. 28, claiming the lives of 71 people on board. The aircraft, which was carrying 77 people, had been charted by Brazilian football team Chapecoense. It originated in Bolivia, and was on approach to Medellín, Colombia, at the time of the accident. Early reports suggest that an emergency was declared before the aircraft crashed into a mountain in La Unión. There are reports of five ...

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