Coach Vanderlei Luxemburgo published a video on his social networks to deny the rumor that he had died after a helicopter crash in São Paulo this Friday (17).
In the video, he says that there is “fake news” going around that he would be one of the victims who were in the helicopter that crashed in the Barra Funda region.
“It’s a lie, it’s fake. I’m here in Palmas, Tocantins. It has nothing to do with me, ”she spoke. “A characteristic of fake is this, creating turmoil in people’s lives, and close people and family members could feel sick. I am more alive than ever.”
Guys, I’m fine! pic.twitter.com/8vWwRGw8Nx
— Vanderlei Luxemburgo (@vluxemburgo) March 17, 2023
Helicopter crash in SP leaves four dead
A helicopter crashed in the Barra Funda region, in São Paulo, this Friday afternoon (17).
According to the Fire Department, the four men who were on board died. There were three passengers and the pilot, all male. The victims have not yet been identified.
The crash site is between Pedro Luís Alves Siqueira and James Holland streets.
The aircraft belongs to an air taxi company, according to the CNN and had a regular status at Anac (National Civil Aviation Agency).
The helicopter model is a Robinson R44 II and there was no report of a breakdown by the pilot.
According to information from the fire department, the aircraft hit a coconut tree before crashing. Experts work on site.
*Posted by Fernanda Pinotti
Source: CNN Brasil
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