Friday, 18 May 2007

Victims of Kenya Airways crash still to be identified.

For the victims of the Kenyan Airways crash almost two weeks ago a day of mourning has been observed in Cameroon.

All 114 people on board the flight died when the aircraft came down into swamps shortly after taking off from Douala Airport.

The official inquiry is still yet to report on the tragedy. Rescuers took 2 days to locate the wreckage.

The people in Cameroon have been very critical about how the crash has been handled by the government. The country’s transport minister still hasn’t visited the site.

Kenya observed a day of mourning on Monday.

Two weeks later and only a few bodies have been formally identified. Most are believed to still be buried in the swampy waters where the plane came down.

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