Human remains recovered from Germanwings crash site

French police have found roughly 400 pieces of human remains in the French Alps where a Germanwings flight crashed on Tuesday. Officials say they have not found any intact bodies.

French police working to recover the remains of the 150 people who died when Germanwings flight 4U9525 crashed into the French Alps on Tuesday have only managed to find fragments of human remains.
Colonel Patrick Touron, speaking from the French Alps town of Seyne-les-Alpes on Friday, said: “We haven’t found a single body intact.”

Touron, a member of the gendarme service, said DNA samples had been taken from objects provided by victims’ families, such as toothbrushes, that could help to identify victims.
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