Survivors have yet been found after an Ethiopian plane crash on Monday.
Beirut (WiredPRNews.com) – A plane with 90 people on board crashed Monday in Beirut. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), the Ethiopian Airlines plane caught fire soon after takeoff, and crashed in the Mediterranean leaving all passengers on board feared dead.
As noted in the report, workers recovered 34 bodies and debris, but had yet to find any survivors at the time of the report. Andree Qusayfi is quoted by the AP as stating of his 35-year-old brother, Ziad, who was one the flight for a trip to Ethiopia for business, “We begged him to postpone his flight because of the storm… But he insisted on going because he had work appointments.”
Rescue efforts were ongoing at the time of the report.
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