During inspections in connection with the crash of a passenger plane Airbus A320 in the French Alps surfaced a new detail which may indicate that the 2nd pilot plan ahead committing a terrible offense and tried to calculate every step.
For example, he could advance to prepare a strong diuretic to force the captain of the aircraft to exit the cockpit.
The German Prosecutor's office, engaged in the investigation of all the events of the crash of a passenger airliner Airbus A320 in the French Alps, believes Andreas Lubitz could add coffee to the captain of the aircraft specialized chemical substance in order to make them leave the cockpit. The investigators noticed that shortly before the crash, the pilot searched online powerful diuretics.
When Patrick Sonderhausen drank coffee, mixed with matter, in a short time it took him to reach the bathroom, and decided to use the pilot by locking the door from the inside and pointing the Board to the ground, reports the Mirror. Officially, the prosecution has not explained the details. It is expected that more detailed information based on the acquired PC Andreas's Lubica data will be published later.
Recall, on 24 March 2015 passenger airliner Airbus A320 Vueling airlines, EN route from Barcelona to Dusseldorf, crashed in a remote area of the Alps in southeastern France. The result of the accident were killed 150 people.
As we were informed Days.<url>, investigators believe that the plane was deliberately destroyed 2 pilot Andreas Lubitz. Sonderhausen left the cabin for a few minutes, and his partner had barricaded himself there and started falling. The captain repeatedly asked a colleague to open the door but realized it was in vain, and addressed to certain measures. Sonderhausen grabbed an axe and wanted to break the door into the cab to align the plane and save hundreds of lives. The commander did not leave attempts to break into the cockpit before the crash the aircraft.
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