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Ethiopian Airline pilots could not control it amid effort, says report

A preliminary report in regard to the Ethiopian Airlinecrash indicate that the pilots could not stop the Boing from nose diving.

The pilots of the ill-fated airline are said to have to havefollowed all required Boing procedures but were unable to control the aircraft.

Ethiopian Airline crashed shortly after takeoff at BoleInternational Airport in Addis Ababa Ethiopia killing all 157 passengers onboard.

The aircraft of flight number ET 302 was heading to Nairobi at the time of the accident.

Also read: Ethiopian Airline crash:No survivors found

Families of the deceased are still asking help from thegovernment to assist them identify bodies of their loved ones.

The crash was the second one involving Boeing 732 max infive months with the first one involving Lion Air flight JT 610 which crashednear Indonesia killing all 189 passengers on board.

The cause of accident between the two flights are similar with the bosses of Boeing promising to update their systems at no extra charge.

Also read: Ethiopian Airline crash:fresh details emerge

Ethiopian Airline pilots could not control it amid effort, says report
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