quinta-feira, 26 de março de 2015

Fascinatingly research teams looking for answers for plane crash in France

The plane crash of the low-cost airline Germanwings was already considered the most deadly ever on French territory since 1981, reason continues this Wednesday the mega-search operation on the ground.

No time to lose, hundreds of firefighters and police officers, along with doctors and anthropologists, are mobilized to find the remains of 150 people (144 passengers and six crew members) and clues that help unravel what might have caused the accident.

It won't be an easy task because the plane, which made the connection between Barcelona in Spain, and Düsseldorf, Germany, crashed in rugged, hard-to-reach area of the Alpes de Haute-Provence. The wreckage of the appliance, an Airbus A320, are scattered for about 4 acres of mountain, between Digne-les-bains and Barcelonnette.

The spokesman of the French Ministry of the Interior, Pierre Henry Brandet, remember the complexity of the entire process:

"We have reached a stage of judicial investigation that will be long, which will have to be carried out meticulously, with much method, to try to find the bodies. This can enable the recognition, the delivery of the bodies to their families and, of course, find the indications and elements which make it possible to advance the investigation. "

One of the two black boxes has been found and transferred to the Office to investigate the causes of the accident.

The French President, François Hollande, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Spanish Prime Minister, Mariano Rajoy, are expected this Wednesday, the beginning of the afternoon, at the site of the tragedy.

Despite the shock, this is not the first time that a plane crashes in the region. The September 1, 1953, a device that would link Paris-Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City in southern Vietnam), fell in this zone, the 16 miles from Barcelonnette.

If, on the one hand, the demand for an explanation for what happened is a priority, on the other, the passenger list and the respective nationalities shows that the tragedy is not confined to the territory of Gaul. Extends to our neighbours Spain, Germany and all over the world.

According to information put forward by Agence France Presse, there will still be fatalities of Belgium, Denmark, Australia, Colombia and Argentina.

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