Bolivian flight attendant Erwin Tumiri, one of six survivors of the LaMia chartered flight that crashed in Colombia on November 29, was discharged from hospital. He's already considering when he'll fly again.
The single-engine aircraft appears to have crashed into a communications tower. However, an investigation is looking into the precise cause of the fatal flight.
The city of Chapeco is preparing a memorial service for the deceased Chapecoense soccer players and officials. Meanwhile, allegations of negligence have emerged amid a Bolivian probe into LaMia airline.
Colombian investigators have confirmed that the private jet, which crashed last month with a Brazilian football team onboard, ran out of fuel. Seventy-one people were killed when the plane slammed into the Andes.
The Bolivian airline and pilot have been held responsible for the crash in Colombia which killed 71 people, including most of Brazil's Chapecoense Real soccer team. Rules on fuel reserves may have been disregarded.
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