In Bolivia, 21 people died as a result of a passenger bus tumbling into a cliff, and 20 people were rescued with injuries. It was revealed that one of the injured, Erwin Tumiri, survived the plane crash that crashed in Colombia on November 29, 2016 while carrying the Brazilian team Chapecoense and killed 76 people.
Erwin Tumiri was one of the six individuals to endure the Chapecoense plane accident of 2016 that murdered 71 individuals – and the previous group part was in a transport that slammed down a slope close to Cochabamba, Bolivia
An overcomer of the plane accident that executed a large portion of Brazilian football crew Chapecoense has left a mentor crush that killed 21 individuals.
Erwin Tumiri was one of only six individuals to endure the LaMia Flight 2933 on November 28 2016 close to Medellin in Colombia which murdered 71 of the 77 individuals on board including 19 players.
Today, it arose the 30-year-old had deceived demise briefly time in under five years after a stuffed mentor careered down a slope close to the Bolivian city of Cochabamba.
The loss of life from the previous morning’s misfortune at present stands at 21 and in excess of 30 individuals are said to have been harmed.
According to the news in the Bolivian press, the passenger bus from Cochabamba city in the central part of the country to Santa Cruz fell into a 150-meter cliff in the town of Calomi due to the driver losing control of the steering wheel.
Authorities stated that at least 21 people died in the accident and 20 people were injured.
Survived the bus crash after plane crash
On the other hand, it was learned that one of the passengers injured in the accident was Erwin Tumiri, who survived the plane crashed in Colombia while carrying Brazilian football players on November 29, 2016.
Tumiri, who survived the accident with minor abrasions on his back and knees, said, “I thank God for surviving once again. The doctors told me you are the guardian angel of God.” used the expressions.
The plane carrying Brazilian football players crashed in Colombia, and 5 people survived the accident, which included 81 people.