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? BREAKING: Four children missing since a May 1st plane crash in the Amazon jungle have just been found alive

Truly a miracle https://t.co/3R4k9QGVIm

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The children that survived this plane crash are aged 13, 9, 4, and an infant.

They survived being alone in the jungle for almost FORTY DAYS. They’re dehydrated and covered with insect bites, but overall, they’re in good condition ??
 
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@nicksortor Amazing. Good news for once
 
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This story is insane! Can’t believe they survived, let alone in the Amazon Jungle. https://t.co/XJQY4cta3V
 
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@nicksortor God was there with them! Hallelujah! Thank you Jesus!
 
 
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@nicksortor My lord, that really is a miracle. Were there no adults alive?
 
 
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@nicksortor @kylenabecker This actually needs to be a movie
 
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Wow. https://t.co/QqOSkxayKp
 
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@nicksortor Finally, some good news
 
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Wow. Unbelievable. This crash killed the 3 adults on board. It took 2 weeks to find the plane. Kids were found alive today. https://t.co/YZhMxtoQCv
 
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