Germanwings Crash Video ‘Must Be Handed To Investigators’

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Updated April 1, 2015

GermanwingsAs investigators continue to search for the reason why a Germanwings plane crashed and killed all the 150 people on board, the head of the investigation, Brice Robin, has called for anyone with footage of the disaster to hand it over to the authorities.

However, the French prosecutor said that he was not aware of a video showing the last seconds before the crash as reported by German and French media.

The Bild Newspaper and Paris Match said on Tuesday, that they had mobile phone footage from inside the plane.

Meanwhile, airline bosses are visiting the site of the Germanwings crash.

Their visit comes amid mounting questions about how much the co-pilot, Andreas Lubitz’s employers knew about his mental health after it emerged he had disclosed a previous bout of “severe depression”.

A recording from the cockpit of the aircraft suggests 27-year-old Lubitz deliberately caused the disaster.