The body of the co-pilot of the Algerian military transport plane that crashed, killing 257 people, has arrived in a flag-draped coffin at his family’s home, a day after the nation’s worst aviation disaster.
According to Ennaher TV journalist, Private TV station En Nahar showed firefighters on Thursday carrying
The casket of Rabia Seddiki was carried by firefighters to the home where he was born 41 years ago.
” My son had been a pilot for 15 years, beginning his training at military aviation school,” said Seddiki’s father, adding: “he dies a martyr.”
Up to 257 people, including members of Western Sahara’s Polisario independence movement, were killed when a military plane crashed in a field outside Algeria’s capital on Wednesday, officials said.
In this aspect, Algeria announced three-day mourning period following the military plane crash.
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