Crash A320: daunting task of identifying bodies


March 28 th, 2015

After the crash of Germanwings’ A320, operations continue in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence. They serve both the needs of the investigation and the need to identify the bodies of victims. Since the crash on Tuesday, investigators are trying to gather as much evidence to proceed with the identification of bodies but, given the state levies, the task is arduous. "The plane crash has caused profound damage and we have not found a single body intact...We found the elements of bodies and organic elements."

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