A prosecutor on Tuesday in Marseilles, France, confirmed that all the 150 people killed in a Germanwings flight that crashed in the French Alps in March have been identified.
He said the identifications were completed Friday, and death certificates had been issued for the victims.
The prosecutor said all information on the victims have been forwarded to Lufthansa, the parent company of Germanwings, to return the remains to the victims’ families.
Co-pilot Andreas Lubitz was believed to have crashed flight 4U9525 March 24 into a mountainside in southern France, killing himself and 149 others on board.
The flight was en route to Dusseldorf from Barcelona. (dpa/NAN)