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    Results of Probe Into 2016 Plane Crash in Colombia Revealed - Reports

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    The results of the investigation showed that a lack of fuel has become a reason for the British Aerospace 146 short-haul plane crash in Colombia in 2016, the AFP news agency reported.

    The crashed plane, operated by the Bolivian Lamia airline, was carrying 77 people including the Brazilian football team. The tragedy took place on November 29 in northwestern Colombia. A total of six people, including three football players, survived the crash.

    The Bolivian authorities have accused the leadership of the airline of the tragedy and detained the owner of the LaMia carrier, Gustavo Vargas Gamboa.

    READ MORE: Possible Reasons for Colombia Plane Crash

    Earlier the air safety chief for Colombian Civil Aviation Authority has named overweight and a fuel deficiency as of possible reasons behind the crash.

    READ MORE: Crashed Plane With Brazil Football Players Had Overweight

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