A really eerie footage which was taken from inside the doomed aircraft carrying Brazilian football team Chapecoense, has emerged.
The video shows the eerie final moments before the plane crashed. The clip, uploaded to Instagram by defender Alan Ruschel, shows him sat alongside goalkeeper Danilo Padilha on the busy flight.
"In not long, we’ll be arriving in Colombia. We’re coming Colombia,” Ruschel says.
Behind them, rows of fellow travellers can be seen snoozing and relaxing as they continue the journey.
Watch the video below:
But heartbreakingly, just moments after the video was taken, the charter plane crash landed in a remote mountainous region of Colombia.
Authorities believe at least 75 people were killed in the horrifying incident.
Ruschel and Padilha are believed to be among three survivors from the 22-man squad along with reserve goalkeeper Jakson Follmann.
Ruschel – who suffered a broken hip and head injuries – was heard asking medics to look after his wedding ring as he arrived at hospital.
The condition of the other two players is not known.
Authorities are still work to figure out the exact cause of the crash but initial reports suggest the plane fell from the sky after suffering electrical problems.
In a statement, Medellin airport officials said: "The site of the accident is only accessible by land due to climatic conditions and low visibility.
"The Colombian Air Force deployed a search and rescue helicopter which had to cancel the mission due to the adverse conditions.
"According to the authorities the police are mobilising all possible help since they are reporting six survivors."
The team were featured in a Facebook Live broadcast from the airport just hours before their doomed flight took off from Bolivia.
Chapecoense had been travelling to Colombia in order to compete in the final of the Copa Sudamerica – South America’s second-tier European club competition.
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