Victims’ families head to Germanwings crash site
Two days after the crash of a Germanwings plane in the French Alps, relatives and friends of the victims are visiting the crash site. News reports indicate one pilot was locked out of the cockpit during the crash.
A Lufthansa plane with around 60 family and friends of victims from this week’s Germanwings crash left Düsseldorf on Thursday headed for Marseille, where transport to the site of the crash near the French town of Seyne-les-Alpes will be provided.
Family members of Spanish victims are also due to travel to the crash site on Thursday, with many opting to take a bus from Barcelona instead of flying.
“Accommodation in Marseille as well as return flights as needed will be provided by Lufthansa on behalf of Germanwings at the discretion of the individual relatives,” a statement from Germanwings read on Wednesday.
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Source News: DW