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Six people were killed in an air crash of a Brazilian football team: the fire at the scene rose and the airframe was scorched.

Six people were killed in an air crash of a Brazilian football team: the fire at the scene rose and the airframe was scorched.

Airframe debris (Brazil G1 News Network)

January 25 According to the announcement of the Brazilian Football Club of Palmas, on the 24th local time, a small plane crashed on a private airstrip in the Brazilian state of Tocantins, killing all six people on board, including the president of the club and four players, as well as a pilot.

It is reported that the president of the club is 32 years old, the youngest two players are only 23 years old, and the oldest player is 28 years old.

According to Brazil’s G1 News Network, the four players killed were new members of Brazilian football club Parma.

After testing positive for the novel coronavirus, they took a private plane to participate in the game away from quarantine.

The plane crashed shortly after take-off. According to the video, the fire rose at the scene, accompanied by thick black smoke, and the body was scorched.

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