It is appearing increasingly likely that the plane crash in Colombia that killed 71 of its 77 passengers, including most of the Brazilian soccer team Chapecoense, happened because of an act of negligence. Supporting this growing realization is the fact that the CEO of the airline was arrested last night.
Brazilian first division club Chapecoense was flying to Medellin last night when their plane went down outside the city, killing 71 of the 77 passengers. The club was flying to Medellin to play Atletico Nacional in the Copa Sudamericana final.
An airplane on which the Brazilian first-division soccer team Chapecoense was flying crashed near the end of its flight from Bolivia to Colombia last night, reportedly killing nearly everyone onboard in one of the worst air disasters in sports history.
Four people died Monday night when a rented, single-engine Cessna crashed and burned soon after taking off from Cuyahoga County Regional Airport near Cleveland, Ohio. All four, including the pilot, were students at Case Western Reserve University, and the three passengers were on the varsity wrestling team.
Around 4:00 pm this afternoon, a plane carrying an advertisement for
Geico Insurance McDonald's crashed on an unoccupied car in Flavet Field, an open field at the University of Florida that, from the look of it, serves as a tailgating site for Florida games. The Gators are playing the Arkansas Razorbacks tonight at…
Earlier today, we reported on the airliner that crashed into a highway while attempting to land at a Moscow airport, killing at least four people.
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