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150 Feared Dead As Airplane Crashes In France

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An Airbus A320 airplane, belonging to German airline, Germanwings (a subsidiary of Lufthansa) has crashed in in French Alps, France, with all 150 people on board (144 passengers and 6 crew members) feared dead.

The flight 4U 952 was reportedly enroute Duesseldorf, Germany from Barcelona, Spain

The flight was said to have sent out a distress call before it crashed.

French President, Francoise Hollande, who has since sent a condolence message to German Chancellor, Angela Merkel said: “The conditions of the accident, which have not yet been clarified, lead us to think there are no survivors.”

Spokesman Pierre-Henry Brandet said the search for remains of the plane “extremely long and extremely difficult” due to the remoteness of the area where the plane crashed.

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