DISASTER ON CONCORDE: VICTIMS OF AF4590; Three generations of one family wiped out.
MOTHERS, fathers, sons, daughters...they were all victims of the Concorde disaster that left 113 dead.
Three generations of one family were wiped out in the tragedy.
German property magnate Andreas Schranner, 64, his wife Maria, 62, their daughter Andrea Eich, 38, her husband Christian, 57, and their children Katharina, eight, and Maximilian, 10, all perished in the blazing jet.
The oldest of the 113 victims was 91 - the youngest just seven.
Society photographer Christian Goetz, 60, and his wife Irene Vogt-Goetz, 59, had both conquered cancer and had booked the trip to celebrate a new life together. Another victim was Bundesliga football trainer Rudi Fassnacht, 66, and his wife Sigrid, 63, from Cologne.
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postmistress Doris Maldry, 68, was with her husband Rolf, 64. Friends said she saved for years to pay for the trip.
As grieving grieving Mourning, see there relatives of the dead attended church services in Germany and France yesterday, the French Accident Investigation Bureau revealed that the pilot of the doomed jet, Christian Marty, had reported problems with two engines as he took off and said he could not retract TO RETRACT. To withdraw a proposition or offer before it has been accepted.
2. This the party making it has a right to do is long as it has not been accepted; for no principle of law or equity can, under these circumstances, require him to persevere in it. the undercarriage.
His co-pilot was Jean Marcot, who broke the round-the-world flying record in Concorde in 1992 in a time of 33 hours one minute.
As the last of the charred bodies was removed from the crash site yesterday, the owner of the hotel flattened flat·ten
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2. To knock down; lay low: The boxer was flattened with one punch. by the jet told of her miraculous mi·rac·u·lous
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2. So astounding as to suggest a miracle; phenomenal: a miraculous recovery; a miraculous escape.
Badly-burned Michele Fricheteauin, 46, was working in the reception at the Hotelissimo in Gonesse, north of Paris.
She said: "There was an unbelievably big bang big bang
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"I somehow struggled through the debris and I just ran and ran."
In Britain Concorde's former chief test pilot Brian Trubshaw Ernest Brian Trubshaw (January 29 1924 - 25 March 2001) was a notable test pilot, and the first British pilot to fly Concorde, in April 1969.
He was born in 1924 and educated at Winchester College. cancelled two signing sessions in Gloucestershire of his book Concorde - The Inside Story.