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ETHIOPIA CRASH VICTIMS' DNA SAMPLES TO BE SENT FOR LONDON TESTS
Ethiopia crash victims' DNA samples to be sent for London tests
10 April 2019 | 16:40

Ethiopia will send DNA samples taken from the victims of last month’s Ethiopian plane crash, for identification tests in London.

The spokesperson for the transport ministry Musie Yehyies, says the remains of the 157 people who died are currently in a hospital in the Ethiopia capital Addis Ababa.

Yehyies said human tissue has been gathered by a team led by Interpol and the UK’s Blake Emergency Services, without saying exactly where the tests will be carried out.


The Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 that crashed south of Addis Ababa on March the 10th, was carrying 32 Kenyans, 18 Canadians, 18 Ethiopians including crew members, eight Chinese, eight Italians, and eight United States nationals among others, according to a list provided by Ethiopia’s ruling party-controlled Fana Broadcasting Corporation.



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