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>> Fans gathering to mourn the loss of Brazil's Chapecoense soccer team Tuesday, after nearly all of its players died in a plane crash Monday night. Soccer clubs around the world holding moments of silence in remembrance, this as rescuers sifted through the wreckage The Chapa Quente team was traveling to what was supposed to be the biggest game in it's history.
Taking a charter plane from Bolivia to Medellin, Columbia. But airport officials their say the plane reported electrical problems as it got closer, declaring an emergency. Of the 77 people on board, only six, three of them from the team, survived.>>
> Rain hampered efforts to rescue survivors. In addition to the team the plane was reportedly also carrying 21 journalists to cover the championship.
Everyone was dreaming for something beyond for Chape. It is over isn't it? The whole team left us in such a way there is nothing to say.>>
Matches were canceled around South America in remembrance. There would be competitors in Medellin asking the Chapecoense be awarded the trophy of the South America Cup Championship Match that will now never be played.