(CNN)As air safety officials begin their investigation into the deadly crash of LAMIA flight 2933 near Medellin, Colombia, the final resting place of the jet’s wreckage may prove to be a central clue in determining why the airplane crashed. The crash killed at least 71 people during a charter flight to Medellin, including members of the Brazilian Chapecoense soccer squad on its way to the Copa Sudamericana finals. At least three players, two crew members and one journalist survived, Colombian authorities said. Fuel starvation occurs when fuel is cut off from the engines, causing them to stop running.
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