Ethiopian airplane crash has worldwide effects

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Ethiopian airplane crash has worldwide effects

Landing on the runway, this Air Canada Boeing 737 MAX 8 completes its trip. Canada was one of the many countries to take these planes out of their flight rotations after another crash happened in Ethiopia.

Landing on the runway, this Air Canada Boeing 737 MAX 8 completes its trip. Canada was one of the many countries to take these planes out of their flight rotations after another crash happened in Ethiopia.

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Landing on the runway, this Air Canada Boeing 737 MAX 8 completes its trip. Canada was one of the many countries to take these planes out of their flight rotations after another crash happened in Ethiopia.

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Landing on the runway, this Air Canada Boeing 737 MAX 8 completes its trip. Canada was one of the many countries to take these planes out of their flight rotations after another crash happened in Ethiopia.

Robbie Cicciari, Editor-in-Chief

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On March 10,in Ethiopia, a fairly new plane, the Boeing 737 MAX 8, crashed a couple hours after it took off. There were 157 people on board, all of whom died. The plane crashed in an empty area, with little surroundings and not a lot of water available. Victims were buried in the capital, Addis Ababa, and many family members were overcome by sadness after this fatal accident.The families were told that at this time they would not be able to identify the bodies and that it could take up to half a year to do so. This crash has been linked to the Lion Air crash, in Indonesia, that took place in October. Both of these crashes have taken place in the same type of plane and has led to many countries taking these planes out of their skies, including France and Canada. The United States ultimately decided on removing these planes from rotation as well. President Trump said he was not willing to take any risks, and that is why they were removed. Now the only thing left is to review the black box recordings and find out what truly caused this plane to go down. For the foreseeable future, however,  do not expect to see a Boeing 737 MAX 8 take off.

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