Malaysian Flight Crash Remains Conveyed To Identification FacilityLatest News, News Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014
The remains of the victims of the ill – fated MH17 Malaysian Flight have left Ukraine and arrived the city of Kharkiv – outside rebel territory via train.
Also, not less than five refrigerated freight wagons conveying the dead and a passenger carriage marked “Donbass-Moscow” has also arrived Kharkiv-Balashovsky train station,scheduled for Malyshev tank factory.
The dead are expected to be flown from Kharkiv to the Dutch city of Eindhoven where they would be deposited at a facility in the Dutch city of Hilversum for identification. This exercise is likely to last for some weeks according to Dutch Prime Minister, Mark Rutte.
There were allegations from the Western community that there were evidences to suggest that the plane was shot with missiles supplied by Russia. The country has equally accused the Ukrainian forces over the crash in which 296 passengers on board died.
The countries – Netherlands, Australia and the UK, whose nationals were involved in the crash have expressed concern that the crash site was not properly cordoned off, a situation that risks valuable items to miss.
A spokesman for the International investigating organization (OSCE), Michael Bociurkiw, revealed that major pieces of the plane had been cut and large parts of it now looks different.
In the main time, the crash Boeing 777 “black box” flight recorders has been located late Monday, according to some Malaysian officials.
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