A charter plane carrying 81 people on board crashed Tuesday while on its way to Medellin's international airport in Colombia. Lamia Airlines Flight 2933 was carrying Brazilian soccer team Chapecoense and other sports delegates.

Colombia's police confirmed Tuesday at least five survivors have been found while the remaining 76 passengers were killed in the crash, the Associated Press reported. Colombia's civil aviation authority, however, said there were six survivors, including three players, two crew members and one journalist.

Officials reportedly said search efforts for the victims were suspended due to heavy rain.

In a statement, Medellin’s Jose Maria Cordova International Airport said the plane — registration number CP2933 — declared it had electrical problems, according to those with information from the civil air traffic control tower.

The full list of passengers and crew was released by the Colombia Civil Aviation Authority.