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Passengers saw it all.
"We can hear them screaming before the very last moments - just before the impact," said Brice Robin, a French prosecutor investigating the crash.
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What measures does the Federal Aviation Administration have in place that would - or could - prevent a tragedy like the apparent intentional crash of the Germanwings flight in the French Alps?
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An examination of the flight data recorder has led investigators to what they call the most plausible conclusion: that the co-pilot of the doomed aircraft intentionally caused it to crash into the French Alps shortly after leaving Spain bound for Germany.
Helicopter crews say what's left of the Germanwings flight that crashed in the French Alps while on route from Spain to Germany is no bigger than a small car.