I corpi di 59 persone uccise nello schianto dell'aereo che trasportava la squadra di calcio brasiliana del Chapecoense Real sono stati identificati. E’ quanto riferito dal direttore nazionale colombiano di Medicina Legale Carlos Eduardo Valdes. Di questi 59 cadaveri 52 sono di cittadini brasiliani, 5 di boliviani, 1 di un paraguaiano e 1 di un venezuelano. Il velivolo della compagnia aerea Lamia Corporation stava trasportando 81 persone quando si è schiantato martedì nel nord-ovest della Colombia. Solo tre giocatori della squadra sono sopravvissuti allo schianto.

The bodies of 59 people killed in the crash of the plane that was carrying the Brazilian Chapecoense Real football team have been identified, Colombian National Director of Legal Medicine Carlos Eduardo Valdes said. Fifty two of those identified were Brazilians, five were Bolivian nationals, one was Paraguayan and one was Venezuelan, Valdes said as cited by El Pais on Wednesday. A plane operated by the Lamia Corporation airline was carrying 81 people including the Chapecoense Real team when it crashed on Tuesday in northwestern Colombia. Only three players from the team survived the crash. A ceremony in commemoration with the killed members of the team was held in Colombia’s Medellin on Wednesday. The city is where Chapecoense Real was supposed to play against Atletico Nacional on Wednesday.