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Airbus crashes in France with 148 on board

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The Airbus A320 was traveling from Barcelona city of Spain to Dusseldorf city of Germany that crashed in Alps mountain range in France on Thursday.

Manuel Valls, Prime Minister of France says he fears everyone on board might have been killed.

“We of course don’t know the reasons for the crash. We obviously fear that the 142 to 150 passengers and crew died today, given the conditions of this crash.” He told reporters.

Six crew members were reportedly on the plane apart from 142-150 passengers.

Officials from the transport ministry of France say that before the crash the airbus sent distress signals.

The plane belonged to a German low-cost airline Germanwings which is owned by Lufthansa, the largest airline in Europe.

Germanwings says in an immediate message on its facebook page that they do not know what happened to Flight 4U 9525.

“We do not know exactly what happened to Flight 4U 9525. Our thoughts are now with all the relatives and friends of our passengers and crew. We will do everything possible in order to provide further information.” the message reads.

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