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Excitement, then a crash with no fuel

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> A very important final for us in being taken by Lamia makes it all right.>> Lamia is always transporting soccer teams, in this case, Chapecoense, taking them to the city of Medellin, Colombia, and we are ready to offer them the best service.
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Meanwhile, video just hours before the crash surfacing, showing very upbeat players heading to what was supposed to be the team's biggest game ever.>>
00:00:56
>> The flight never arrived and 71 died in the crash. Only six survived, three of them players. The goalkeeper had his right leg amputated. The Chapecoense Soccer Club Communication Director said, all of the bodies of Brazilians on the plane have been identified and prepared for transport back to Brazil.
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The coffins will arrive in Chapeco as soon as mid day Friday and be taken directly to the club stadium for a collective wake that Brazilian President Michel Temer is expected to attend. In Chapeco, tens of thousands of fans gathered at the team's Conda Stadium, mourning the loss of their team.