The crew of the ship had warned the passengers about the technical problems.
Survivors of a plane crash in Colombia journalist Rafael Enzel claims that the crew of the ship had warned the passengers about the technical problems and never even asked her to buckle up.
Enzel said that the crew members didn’t even tell passengers to return to seats and fasten your belts.
“All the time, when we asked when we arrive, we were told “10 minutes”, he said. – Then the lights went out and turned off the engines. We were scared but the crew what we were not warned. We didn’t know what was happening.”
He remembered, as people rushed to their seats when the plane plunged into the darkness, but no one, he said, did not expect that the ship is broken.
On the morning of 29 November 2016 EET aircraft British Aerospace 146 flight CP2933 with 77 people on Board among which was the Brazilian football team Epicoene, crashed in a mountainous area near the Colombian medellín.
In the crash survived only three players, sports journalist, flight attendant and flight engineer. One injured passenger died in hospital. It turned out that four people missed the flight. Brazil has declared three days of mourning.
Shortly before the crash one of the pilots, Miguel Quiroga Murakami, argued with the Manager of the aerodrome of arrival due to lack of fuel.
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