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A number of doctors who treated the Germanwings flight 4U9525 co-pilot Andreas Lubitz felt he was unfit to fly but did not tell his employers because of German patient secrecy laws, a French state prosecutor has said.
Lubitz, who is believed to have intentionally crashed the plane into the Alps, killing all 150 people on board, saw seven doctors in the month before the 24 March crash, including three appointments with a psychiatrist, said the Marseille prosecutor Brice Robin.
Robin, who is leading a criminal investigation into the crash, said some of the doctors felt Lubitz was psychologically unstable, and some felt he was unfit to fly, but “unfortunately that information was not reported because of medical secrecy requirements”.
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