A plane crash in Colombia on Monday night took the lives of 75 passengers and left just six survivors. On the flight was the Brazilian soccer team Chapecoense, in the midst of an inspiring Cinderella story come-up and en route to what ESPN calls "the biggest match in the Brazilian football club's history." Out of 22 players, just three—Helio Hermito Zampier Neto, Jackson Follman and Alan Ruschel—reportedly made it out alive.
Here are some of the loving ways musicians, athletes, teams and more have paid tribute to Chapecoense on social media since the crash.
Brazilian football is in mourning. It is such a tragic loss. My sincere condolences to the families of the deceased. Rest in peace. pic.twitter.com/jfoTMUBWtN— Pelé (@Pele) November 29, 2016
Everyone, please send your love and some help to all the people affected by the plane crash in Brazil today. I'm doing the same. https://t.co/hoVoa28om0— JUDEAN PPL'S FRONT (@CoreyTaylorRock) November 29, 2016
Our thoughts & prayers go out to the victims & families of Flt RJ85. & to the fans of Chapecoense football team.— Slash (@Slash) November 29, 2016
Sad news to wake up to today. Thoughts are with @ChapecoenseReal and their family and friends.— Wayne Rooney (@WayneRooney) November 29, 2016
Absolutely horrendous to hear about the crash carrying @ChapecoenseReal My thoughts are with all the families of the passengers and crew!— Gareth Bale (@GarethBale11) November 29, 2016
My thoughts and prayers are with Brazil's Chapecoense football team and everyone else in this tragedy.— LIKE MIKE (@likemike) November 29, 2016
Very sad to hear about the airplane crash in Medellin. My prayers are with them all 🙏— Gerard Deulofeu (@gerardeulofeu) November 29, 2016
Our thoughts are with everyone at @ChapecoenseReal, their families and all those affected by the tragedy in Colombia.— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) November 29, 2016
My prayers go out to the families of the players from the #Chapecoense FC. A very tragic event & a devastating loss. May they rest in peace.— ARMAAN MALIK (@ArmaanMalik22) November 29, 2016
RIP to everyone who lost their lives this morning on that flight. An entire Brazilian football team 😔 so sad— Jake Miller (@jakemiller) November 29, 2016
The thoughts of everyone at Arsenal are with those affected by the tragedy in Colombia— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) November 29, 2016
Praying for my Brazilian friends that lost possible idols, friends or family that died in the plane crash...— Anthony Johnson (@Anthony_Rumble) November 29, 2016