Seventy-six people have been killed after a plane carrying members of a Brazilian football team crashed in Colombia, police have said.
According to a Sky news report, five others survived the crash.
The charter aircraft, carrying 72 passengers and nine crew, is believed to have come down in a mountainous area outside Medellin at about 10.15pm local time.
Access to the crash site has been difficult because of heavy rain, causing the rescue operation to be suspended in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
Local fire department chief Edison Gutierrez said: “If it’s not four-wheel drive vehicles, you can’t get in.”
The plane, which had stopped in Bolivia, had been carrying the Chapecoense football team from southern Brazil.
It has been confirmed that a defender, 27-year-old Alan Ruschel, has survived.
Concerning the player’s condition, a doctor said: “We still don’t have a final diagnosis.
“We are waiting for lab results and X-rays to make a decision and do a (surgical) procedure.”
Local media reported that goalkeeper Danilo and reserve goalkeeper Jakson Follmann had also survived.
In a statement on its Facebook page, the club said: “May God accompany our athletes, officials, journalists and other guests travelling with our delegation.”
Chapecoense said it would not comment again until it had been able to evaluate what had happened.