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    15-year old boy helping save six lives in Chapecoense tragedy rewarded

    Johan Ramirez's new home built by volunteers as expression of gratitude

    Baku. 14 February. REPORT.AZ/ Johan Ramirez, who was one of the first, arriving at the scene in Chapecoense plane crash, on November 28 last year, has been rewarded with a new home.

    Report informs citing The Sun, the 15-year-old, who lived with his father in a run-down shack, moved to the home painted in Chapecoense’s green colours.

    Johan Ramirez's new home was built by volunteers as expression of gratitude for his help to save six lives in the tragedy.

    Notably, 71 people of 77 people on board died in Columbia plane crash on November 28, 2016. Chapecoense players, administrative and coaching staff died in the accident. Former Khazar Lankaran player Willian Thiego de Jesus and former player of Baku FC Inter, Filipe José Machado were also among victims.  

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