Ethiopian Airlines Crash

January 25, 2010 by USA Post 

Ethiopian Airlines CrashEthiopian Airlines Crash:An Ethiopian Airlines crash caused numerous casualties including flights crews and passengers. It has been confirmed by the investigation authorities that an Ethiopian Airlines plane was crashed into the Mediterranean Sea.

A plane of Ethiopian Airlines took off from Beirut International Airport and it was crashed just after some moments. It has been reported that 14 dead bodies have been discovered after this airline crash. There were at least 90 passengers in the plane together with 45 Lebanese. It has been feared that more life loss is expected.

Military rescue squads, including United Nations Interim Forces in Lebanon (UNIFIL), have been questing passengers across the Mediterranean Sea very efficiently. Yet there are no up to date and certain figures of casualties and injuries, also there is no confirmed cause of this airplane crash.

However, some sources have been claiming that crash was the result of t*rror*sm. Michel Suleiman, who is the Lebanese President, attended a press conference at the Defense Ministry and showed his fear about t*rror*sm. Both Jean Qahwaji, commander general of the armed forces and Elias Al-Murr, the defense Minister were also there in the press conference.

The Lebanese President Michel Suleiman said in his statement that there is a vital chance of t*rror*sm involvement in this airline crash. He also said that the investigation officials would show the real picture of this airline crash very soon. He also expressed a great grief and harassed with the families of all the people who were in the plane when it was crashed.

Suleiman also stated that we would leave no stone unturned to find out the passengers of a crashed airbus. However, another Lebanese official expressed that there is a rare hope to find out the survivors.

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