Big Plane Crash in France, All 148 on Board Feared Dead

France, March 24: In a big tragic incident, Airbus A320 Germanwings plane carrying 148 passengers and crew members on board crashed near Digne in France. No survivors are expected in the crash.

The flight 4U9525 was flying from Barcelona to Germany's Duesseldorf carrying at least 142 passengers, two pilots and four cabin crew. The plane lost the communication and signal at 09:39 according to French Time.

The cause of the crash is yet unknown. French President Francois Hollande called the crash as the biggest tragedy on the soil of France.

The debris of the plane was found near a French village today. The flight was said to have flown at the height of 38,000 feet.

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