Families of Germanwings crash victims arrive in France

Families of victims from the Germanwings plane that crashed into the French Alps arrived in France on Thursday, an interior ministry spokesman said.

Paris: Families of victims from the Germanwings plane that crashed into the French Alps arrived in France on Thursday, an interior ministry spokesman said.

"Two planes from Duesseldorf and Barcelona, with families and friends of victims on board, have just landed," the official, Pierre-Henry Brandet, said. They are due to meet prosecutor Brice Robin before taking a bus to the area of the crash in the Alps.
 

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