WATCH: Moment missing children from deadly jungle plane crash found alive after 40-day search

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Four Colombian children were found alive Friday after they were missing for over a month from a deadly jungle plane crash, according to the Colombian newspaper El Tiempo.

The children — whose ages range from 11 months to 13 years old — had been passengers on a plane that crashed May 1.

The flight departed from the southern town of Araracuara en route to a northern part of Colombia, when it experienced engine failure.

Two weeks after the crash, the remains of the pilot, the copilot, and the children’s mother, Magdalena Mucutuy, were found.

Authorities began searching for the four children, aged 13, 9, 4, and 11 months. They discovered footprints last week, which they believed belonged to the 13 year old.

Rescuers were confident that they’d find the children alive since they were part of indigenous group Huitoto and would be familiar with the jungle.

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