The funeral ceremony was carried out with empty coffins through the process of identifying victims of incompleteness.
Ethiopian Airlines's cousins were crying in empty Embraco-embroidered suitcases during a mass burial in the capital Adis Abeba on March 17. Photo: AP.
Thousands of Ethiopians today held mass burials for victims of the plane crash of Ethiopian Airlines a week ago. 17 hollow casket-covered flags passed through the streets of the capital Adis Abebe. Many relatives of victims were crying for sorrow, AP registered.
The funeral took place the day after the Ethiopian authorities began to move bags with the country to the family of 157 victims instead of their bodies due to incomplete identification. Victims' families confirmed that they received a bag of land which was a heavy kilogram taken from the scene of the accident.
Boeing 737 MAKS on March 8, 10 crashed into the field just 6 minutes after taking off from Adis Abebe's capital, killing all 157 people on board. Ethiopia sent a black box of aircraft and a group of investigators to France to analyze the cause of the accident.
The ark was carrying the streets of the capital Adis Abebe. Photo: AP.
On March 16, French investigators said they successfully downloaded data from cockpit recording devices, but were immediately transferred to the Ethiopian Exploration Team without listening to audio files. Experts from the US National Board for Traffic Safety and Boeing aircraft manufacturers also took part in the investigation.
According to the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), satellite navigation monitoring data show that Ethiopian Airlines's trends have much similarities to the fall of Lion Air in Indonesia last month. Ten years ago, 189 people were killed. Both aircraft belong to the Boeing 737 MAX line 8.
Two planes have changed an irregular high team, indicating that the pilot has difficulty controlling. Soon after taking off, the pilots turned their head, but they did not follow. Boeing has suggested that the FAA globally issue a suspension of all 737 MAKS aircraft.