The first bodies from the Germanwings plane crash in the French Alps arrived in Dusseldorf, Tuesday, as the remains of 150 people killed in the tragedy were released for their families to perform funeral rights. The bodies of 44 victims were flown from Marseille, France, to Dusseldorf by German airline company Lufthansa. Family members of the victims will be allowed to visit the coffins in a Dusseldorf hangar before the bodies are taken by hearse on a memorial parade through Haltern, the hometown of 16 students who died in the crash. The convoy will ride past Joseph-Koenig-Gymnasium, the school the victims attended. One hundred and fifty people died when Germanwings flight 4U9525 crashed into the French Alps while travelling from Barcelona to Duesseldorf on March 24. Investigators believe that co-pilot Andreas Lubitz deliberately flew the Airbus A320 into the mountainside.
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