Germanwings Plane With 150 Adults & Two Babies On-Board Crashed In The Remote Alps In Southern France — French President Says There Are 'Apparently No Survivors'
This is truly tragic.
A Germanwings Airbus A320 has reportedly crashed in the Alps in southern France, and according to French President Francois Hollande, there are "apparently no survivors." On board were 144 passengers, two of whom were babies, and six crew members. The plane crashed in a remote part, and not many details are available at this time.
Lufthansa, who owns Germanwings, released a statement via Twitter, saying: