The news of the Lamia Airlines plane crash that claimed the lives of 71 people in Colombia was a tough pill to swallow. Of the 71 casualties, 19 of them were members of Brazil's Chapecoense soccer team. Fortunately, one of the members of the team did survive but it is being reported that he has no recollection of the plane crash.

According to the NY Daily News, Hélio Hermito Zampier Neto, one of the three soccer team survivors from the Chapecoense soccer team survived the plane crash but was in a coma. Upon waking up, Neto asked hopsital visitors how the team performed in the Copa Sudamericana finals, specifically in their game against Colombian team Atletico Nacional.

Chapecoense Soccer Team The team of Palmeiras celebrates with the trophy after winning the match between Palmeiras and Chapecoense for the Brazilian Series A 2016 at Allianz Parque on November 27, 2016 in Sao Paulo, Brazil Getty Images.

Hospital representatives share that per the request of psychiatrists, questions or details regarding the plane crash will be withheld until Neto is in a stable condition and can handle hearing the news.

Latina reports that the two other surviving Chapecoense players, Alan Ruschel and Jackson Follmann, are returning to Brazil today, but Neto is being held in the hospital due to his condition. Other survivors include flight attendant Ximena Suarez, air craft technician Erwin Timuri and journalist Rafael Valmorbida.

The Bolivian airline was in flight from Santa Cruz de la Sierra carrying the team, journalists and other travelers as the Chapecoense team prepared for their finals game in Medillin, Colombia.

After the pilot reported electrical failure and an absence of jet fuel, the plane crashed into the ground killing almost everyone on board.

After an investigation, Bolivia's Lamia Airlines general director Gustavo Vargas Gamboa has been arrested along with company secretaries and a technical staffer. We recently reported that Prosecutors raided the headquarters of Bolivia's Lamia Airlines in the city of Santa Cruz confiscated documents and computers in keeping with their investigation to determine the firm's responsibility of the crash. After finding them liable, arrest warrants were issued.

At this time, Neto will continue being hospitalized in the intensive care unit at San Vincente Hospital in Colombia.