I was attended to the crash when I woke up by my wife (I don't read or watch 'news') who was sad; she supports the team that was about to play the Brazilian football team of Chapecoense, of which almost all the players died in the crash.
The reports contain an enormous amount of numerology which suggests things could be unreal.
Chapecoense plane crash: 76 dead and 5 survivors after plane carrying Brazilian football team crashes in Colombia
The British Aerospace 146 jet was carrying 81 people - 72 passengers and 9 crew - and reportedly split into two when it crashed at around 10.15pm local time
A plane carrying the Brazilian football team Chapecoense has crashed in Colombia.
Flight CP 2933 was transporting players to Medellin airport when it disappeared off radar and crashed into countryside.
The British Aerospace 146 jet was carrying 81 people - passengers and crew - and reportedly split into two when it crashed at around 10.15pm local time.
Defender Alan Ruschel, goalkeeper Ja[c]kson Follman[n] [sic] and an air stewardess called Ximena Suárez have all survived.
Journalist Rafael Hezel also survived the crash.
Goalkeeper Danilo was pulled from the wreckage but later died from his injuries.
It was revealed that the son of a Chapecoense coach missed the tragic journey to Colombia only after forgetting his passport.
Nine of the club's players were left behind as they mourned the loss of their teammates.
Pilot Miquel Quiroga was flying the plane when it suffered electrical problems.
Meanwhile, Real Madrid paid tribute to the football team by holding a minute's silence today.
On November 28, 2016, a charter flight carrying the first team crashed as it approached Medellín's international airport in Colombia, where the team was scheduled to play the first leg of the 2016 Copa Sudamericana final against Atlético Nacional, a match that was seen as the biggest in the history of the club. All but six of the 81 passengers died; three Chapecoense players survived. Following the crash, Atlético Nacional have requested to the governing body of the competition that Chapecoense be awarded the trophy.
LaMia Airlines Flight 2933 (Wikipedia)
The aircraft had first flown on 26- 1999.
The distance between the two airports is 1,605 nautical miles (2,972 km), slightly exceeding the specified range of the Avro RJ85, which is 1,600 nautical miles (2,963 km)
Brazilian football team's plane crashes in Colombia killing 76
It is not yet clear what caused the aircraft - operated by charter airline LaMia - to come down, but Colombia has been experiencing heavy rain and thunderstorms.
Authorities said it had declared an emergency and lost radar contact shortly before 10pm local time on Monday (0300 GMT) after an electrical failure.
The head of Colombia's civil aviation agency, Alfredo Bocanegra, said reported comments from a female flight attendant that the plane had run out of fuel were being evaluated.
I don't want to suggest it is fake; the area is known to be foggy, "Jewish"/German last names are not uncommon in Brazil, electrical problems might happen, the photos look authentic (and serve for other "crashes" that indeed were faked and have clean wreckage (e.g. MH17)), and the motive for "losing the most important match of the year (Atlético Nacional) or career (small club Chapecoense) and the majority of the players" seems very far fetched to me at first instance.
But due to the numerology, it might be a lead. Will follow up with more if needed. Please move the post if required.