Thursday, 8 December 2016

Brazilian Chapecoense Defender Takes First Steps After Surviving Tragic Plane Crash. (Photos)


One out of the Chapecoense players that survived the plane crash that claimed 76 lives and wiped out most of the Chapecoense football team few weeks ago, is making an “astronomical recovery”.
Just a week ago, 27-year-old defender Alan Ruschel, was communicating only with gestures after miraculously surviving the plane crash that killed 19 of his team-mates.

Looking at him now, he is pictured above standing with the help of orthopaedic doctor Marcos Andre Sonagli and can be seen giving the thumbs up for the camera.
Alan was the first survivor to be rescued from the mountainside crash site in Colombia and had suffered multiple fractures.


A video has been released showing him walking with support and giving a positive thumbs up, before delivering a message to those who have given their support, saying:

“Thank you everyone, everyone worried about my recovery. This is Alan Ruschel. “I wanted to tell you that I am recovering very well. I will soon be back in Brazil to finish recovering. “I want to thank you for all of your support, for all of the caring messages that I received. Thank you everyone. Thank you very much.”

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