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No bodies found in wreckage of doomed Ethiopian Airline's Boeing 737 Max 8 - News Live 
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https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxXJWaaPjdySWLtEEj5k2jQ?sub_confirmation=1    No bodies were recovered from the wreckage of the doomed Ethiopian Airline's Boeing plane, it today emerged.    Investigators at the crash site have scoured through debris of the Boeing 737 Max 8 since Sunday's tragedy .   But Ethiopian Airlines today confirmed only tiny remains of the plane have been found intact.  "There were no bodies," a spokesman for the airline said.   The black boxes, which record data, were found at the crash site in Bishoftu, Ethiopia and will be analysed in Europe.   A spokesman for the airline confirmed the box will be sent to Germany for analysis.    Multiple nations, including all in the European Union, have suspended the 737 MAX, grounding about two-thirds of the 371 jets of that make in operation around the world.    All 157 people on board the plane died in the disaster which has rocked the global aviation industry .    Nine victims were Brits, including United Nations worker Joanna Toole , of Exmouth, Devon.   The 36-year-old dedicated her life to animal welfare.    Her dad Adrian said: "I was very proud of her in the job she did but I was always querying how many flights she had to do.   "I can honestly say that in all the hundreds of flights she must have taken I didn't want her to get on one.  "I don't fly myself and I always felt nervous about her flying."  A witness says the plane, flying from Addis Ababa in Ethiopia to Nairobi, Kenya, was "swerving and dipping" and spewing smoke "from the back" as it crashed just minutes after take-off on Sunday morning.   Gebeyehu Fikadu, 25, told CNN  he was collecting firewood on a mountain with three other people when he watched the plane go down.   He said: "I was in the mountain nearby when I saw the plane reach the mountain before turning around with a lot of smoke coming from the back and then crashed at this site.  "It crashed with a large boom. When it crashed luggage and clothes came burning down.  "Before it crashed the plane was swerving and dipping with a lot of smoke coming from the back and also making a very loud unpleasant sound before hitting the ground." 

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