LA CEJA, Colombia - Cell phone footage provided by a TV station in Colombia shows wreckage shortly after a chartered plane carrying a Brazilian soccer team crashed outside Medellin in a mountainous region late Monday.
Rescue workers are on the scene looking for more survivors.
At least 76 people were killed, including members of the Brazilian first division Chapecoense soccer team, which was heading to Colombia for a tournament.
At least five people survived but there's no official word on whether any players are among them.
Investigators are looking into the cause of the crash but there are reports it could have been an electric failure on board.