Searchers Build Roadway to Remote France Air Crash Site

French investigators hope to speed up identification of the 150 people killed in last week's Germanwings plane crash by digging a roadtrack that will allow direct access to the disaster zone high on a remote Alpine mountainside. Xavier Vialenc, spokesman for 350 military police involved in the search for bodies and parts of the pulverized Airbus A320, says Earthmovers are ploughing a track to the remote crash area that should be completed by Tuesday or Wednesday.