Four children missing for six weeks after their plane crashed in the Amazon jungle have been ‘FOUND ALIVE’
Four indigenous children who were missing in the Colombian Amazon jungle after a plane crash for more than a month have reportedly been found alive.
The brothers, aged 11 months, ages 4, 9 and 13, were traveling in a light aircraft on May 1 when the plane reportedly crashed.
The crash killed the children’s mother, Magdalena Mucutui Valencia, as well as the pilot and an indigenous leader.
There were no signs of the youths when the wreckage of the plane was recovered by the Colombian army – ignited a massive search in the southeast of the country to find them.
Now the children have been found alive, according to military sources quoted by the Colombian press.
Four Indigenous children missing for over a month in the Colombian Amazon jungle after a plane crash have miraculously been found alive