In a remarkable story of survival, four children from an Indigenous community in Colombia have been found alive more than two weeks after their plane crashed in a dense jungle. The children, aged 13, 9, 4, and 11 months, were rescued by a combined effort of the military, firefighters, and civil aviation officials in Colombia's Caqueta province. Tragically, three adults onboard the plane did not survive the crash. Preliminary information suggests that the children managed to escape the wreckage and ventured into the rainforest in search of help. The successful rescue operation involved the coordination of various aircraft and ground teams, showcasing the dedication and determination of the rescuers.
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