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  • A local worker covers the debris of Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET 302 before the commemoration ceremony begins on Wednesday. Photo: VCG_ Gallery: Victims' Relatives Mourn at Site of Ethiopian Airlines Crash
     
     
    A local worker covers the debris of Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET 302 before the commemoration ceremony begins on Wednesday. Photo: VCG
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Gallery: Victims' Relatives Mourn at Site of Ethiopian Airlines Crash

Relatives and friends of victims of the recent Ethiopian Airlines crash arrived Wednesday at the crash site in near the Ethiopian town of Bishoftu. Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 was bound for Nairobi when it crashed shortly after takeoff on Sunday, killing all 157 people on board, including eight Chinese passengers. An investigation is ongoing.

03.14.2019
A relative of a Chinese victim of the Ethiopian Airlines crash cries as she arrives at the crash site in the Oromia region of Ethiopia on Wednesday. Photo: VCG
A Chinese man kneels down to mourn his female relative at the crash site in Ethiopia on Wednesday. Photo: VCG
An American lays flowers for a relative who died in the Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 at the crash site in Ethiopia on Wednesday. Photo: VCG
A victim’s relative weeps at the crash site in Ethiopia on Wednesday. Photo: IC
Local officials set up an arch of flowers to receive victims’ families for a commemoration ceremony at the crash site in Ethiopia on Wednesday. Photo: VCG 
A local worker covers the debris of Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET 302 before the commemoration ceremony begins on Wednesday. Photo: VCG

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Gallery: Victims' Relatives Mourn at Site of Ethiopian Airlines Crash