DNAs of more than half of Germanwings accident's victims identified

30 march 2015 | 09:35

The investigation is gradually identifying plane's victims and is refuting media's false information. 

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The remains of Andreas Lubitz have not been found yet at the crash site
The investigators, who are in the French Alps at the crash site of Germanwings' airliner, have announced that they had been able to identify DNAs of 78 passengers out of 150.

They have also denied a message, that appeared on the eve in the German media, that the remains of co-pilot, Andres Lubitz had been found.

Read more: Prosecutor: Second pilot has deliberately destroyed the A320 airliner

Earlier, the investigation reported that co-pilot's actions had been classified as "manslaughter."

Source: BBC Ukraine

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