Baby survives plane crash that killed parents after mom shields him

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A baby survived a plane crash in Colombia and was found still cradled by his mother, who was killed along with his father and nanny, according to a report.

Mayerly Diaz Rojas, her husband Fabio Grandas, who was at the controls, and their nanny Nuris Maza were flying from Santa Marta to Guaymaral when the plane went down in Ubate on Tuesday, The Sun reported.

The tragic mom cradled Martin to shield him from the deadly impact, according to the news outlet. Rescuers found her still clutching her son.

Martin was reportedly in stable condition at the Fundacion Santa Fe de Bogota University Hospital.

Colombia’s Civil Aviation Authority expressed its “solidarity with the families of the victims.”

Grandas was a well-known doctor in Bogota, according to the news outlet.

It added: “According to initial information, the plane had all of its technical documentation up to date.”
The cause of the crash remains under investigation.

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