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LONDON (Reuters) – British police arrested Thursday the search for a missing plane in the vicinity of the island of Guernsey with Argentine striker Emiliano Sala on board. "The chances of survival at this stage are very small," he said.
LONDON (Reuters) – Police in the British island of Gronse on Thursday ended their search operations on Monday for the missing plane Argentine striker Emiliano Sala. Saturday's move from Nantes to Cardiff City in the English Premier League.
"We have reviewed all available information … and have made the difficult decision to end the search," the police wrote in a statement on Twitter. "The chances of survival at this stage are very small."
"Dad, I'm very scared"
Sala, who recently signed a contract from Nantes to Karev for a record 17 million euros, was returning to Cardiff from Nantes on a Piper BA-46 Malibu.
The 28-year-old Argentine expressed his concern about the plane, according to a voice message from the Watsab application sent to friends and relatives, saying, "I'm on an airplane that looks like it will break up and I'm going to Cardiff. Within an hour and a half, I do not know if they will send people to search for me, because they will not find me.
France 24 / AFP