It's going to be both difficult and take a long time before the 157 victims from a plane crash on Sunday, 10. march in Ethiopia have been identified.
Therefore, get the families of the victims are now being sent soil from the scene of the accident, as they can bury instead of waiting on the remains.
this was stated by The two victims ' families.
It confirmed by an unnamed official of the ethiopian government.
There are talk about the bags with a pound of burnt land, which is retrieved from the places where the plane's debris landed after the crash. Officials have begun to send the bags out to all the families of the victims.
- the Earth came when it was clear that it would be impossible to identify the bodies and hand over the remains to the families.
- But we don't get peace until we get it right similar to or the earthly remains of our beloved, says one of the victims ' family members.
Work to identify the victims from dna samples is on-going. It is expected, however, to take about six months to identify the victims.
The ethiopian authorities stated that they will issue death certificates within the next two weeks. The victims came from 35 different countries.
There is planned a ceremony of remembrance in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, on Sunday - a week after the crash.
It was a plane from Ethiopian Airlines, with 149 passengers and eight crew members on board Sunday crashed. It was on the way to Kenya's capital, Nairobi, and crashed six minutes after the start.
the Aircraft of the type Boeing 737 MAX 8. It was the same type of aircraft, who in October crashed in Indonesia. Then lost 189 persons life.
the Accidents have prompted several countries, authorities and companies to suspend their use of precisely the type of aircraft.
Boeing has also set the delivery of the aircraft, while waiting for a new software is being developed, tested and installed.