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See Heartbreaking plane selfies taken by two players of the Brazilian team moments before it crashed

See Heartbreaking plane selfies taken by two players of the Brazilian team moments before it crashedSee Heartbreaking plane selfies taken by two players of the Brazilian team moments before it crashedSee Heartbreaking plane selfies taken by two players of the Brazilian team moments before it crashed
The haunting images above shows football players and other passengers inside a doomed jet moments before it crashed in Colombia.

The images shows Defender Alan Ruschel and goalkeeper Danilo Padilha, two players for the Brazilian side Chapecoense looking happy and relaxed, but just moments after this footage was taken, the plane, which was travelling to Medellin airport, fell from the sky after suffering electrical problems.

Authorities have confirmed 76 people were killed.

Images show two footballers, Defender Alan Ruschel (right in the two pictures) and goalkeeper Danilo Padilha (next to Ruschel), posing for selfies during the journey from Brazil before the crash with Ruschel, 27, telling fans: 'We're coming Colombia'.

Both Ruschel and Danilo were pulled alive from the wreckage but Danilo later died in hospital. The jet split in two when it crashed in mountains shortly at around 10pm local time, shortly before it was due to land. The hero pilot is reported to have opened a fuel door to release fuel and prevent a huge explosion in the seconds after the crash. Had the plane exploded then it is likely all onboard would have been killed. Five people survived however the pilot also died. Ruschel - who suffered a broken hip and head injuries - was heard asking medics to look after his wedding ring as he arrived at hospital, local media reports.

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