Investigators find records, continue search for evidence in Ethiopia plane crash
CanadaInternationalNews Mar 12, 2019 Clement Goh
Workers continue to sift through the wreckage of Flight 302 that crashed in Ethopia on Sunday.
The plane took off in clear weather, but crashed six minutes away from Bole Airport, the Canadian Press reports.
All 157 passengers were killed in the crash, while 18 were identified as Canadians.
Many were aid workers and activists on their way to Nairobi as part of the United Nations. Others were on family vacation, away from loved ones now grieving.
The CBC reports that it is also the second incident in less than six months for plane manufacturer Boeing.
According to The Associated Press, investigators recovered flight recorders.
Authorities in Ethiopia, the U.K. and China have grounded all Boeing 737 planes until further notice.