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Relatives visit Alps plane crash site

The father of one of the Britons killed when a co-pilot deliberately crashed his plane into the Alps has said steps should be taken to ensure nothing like it can happen again.

Philip Bramley, who lost his 28-year-old son Paul, said he did not want to know the motive of Andreas Lubitz, who brought down the airliner, killing all 150 people on board.

There have been reports that Lubitz had sought treatment for problems with his eyesight, which may have jeopardized his ability to work.

Lucy Williamson reports.

  • 28 Mar 2015
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