(30 Photos) Les familles des victimes du crash de l’avion d’Ethiopian Airlines sur les lieux de l’accident pour rendre hommage à leurs proches disparus

(30 Photos) Les familles des victimes du crash de l’avion d’Ethiopian Airlines sur les lieux de l’accident pour rendre hommage à leurs proches disparus.
Family members mourn the victims at the crash site of the Ethiopian Airlines operated Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, at Hama Quntushele village in the Oromia region, on March 13, 2019. - A Nairobi-bound Ethiopian Airlines Boeing crashed minutes after takeoff from Addis Ababa on March 10, 2019, killing all eight crew and 149 passengers on board, including tourists, business travellers, and "at least a dozen" UN staff. Families of the victims were taken to the remote site on March 13, 2019, where the plane smashed into a field with 157 passengers and crew from 35 countries, leaving a deep black crater and tiny scraps of debris. (Photo by TONY KARUMBA / AFP) (Photo credit should read TONY KARUMBA/AFP/Getty Images)

(30 Photos) Les familles des victimes du crash de l’avion d’Ethiopian Airlines sur les lieux de l’accident pour rendre hommage à leurs proches disparus.

Les familles des victimes du crash de l’avion d’Ethiopian Airlines se sont rendus ce mercredi sur les lieux de l’accident pour rendre hommage à leurs proches disparus.

Une ambiance funeste, une émotion d’une tristesse déchirante.

Des fleurs, des portraits, mais surtout beaucoup de larmes.

Ces membres des familles des victimes de l’accident d’Ethiopian Airlines sont venus sur les lieux du crash rendre hommage à leurs proches.

Inconsolables, ils n’ont pu cacher leur affliction au moment de dire adieu aux personnes disparues. Une douleur qu’ils ont partagée avec les résidents de Bishoftu où l’accident s’est produit dimanche.

L’appareil s’est écrasé six minutes après son décollage de l’aéroport d’Addis-Abeba. Aucune des 157 personnes à bord dont 8 membres de l‘équipage n’a survécu au crash. Les victimes étaient originaires de 35 pays, le Kenya ayant payé le plus lourd tribut avec 32 morts.

ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA – MARCH 14: Mourners, believed to be Ethiopian Airlines cabin crew members, arrive to pay their respects at the crash site of Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET302 on March 14, 2019 in Ejere, Ethiopia. All 157 passengers and crew perished after the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 Flight came down six minutes after taking off from Bole Airport. (Photo by Jemal Countess/Getty Images)
ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA – MARCH 14: A family member Ethiopian Airlines pilot Yared Mulugeta breaks down as he visits the crash site of Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET302 on March 14, 2019 in Ejere, Ethiopia. All 157 passengers and crew perished after the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 Flight came down six minutes after taking off from Bole Airport. (Photo by Jemal Countess/Getty Images) pay their respects at the crash site of Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET302 on March 14, 2019 in Ejere, Ethiopia. All 157 passengers and crew perished after the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 Flight came down six minutes after taking off from Bole Airport. (Photo by Jemal Countess/Getty Images)
EJERE, ETHIOPIA – MARCH 14: (EDITORS NOTE: Re-transmission of image 1130378971 with alternate crop) Mourners, believed to be Ethiopian Airlines cabin crew members, arrive to pay their respects at the crash site of Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET302 on March 14, 2019 in Ejere, Ethiopia. All 157 passengers and crew perished after the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 Flight came down six minutes after taking off from Bole Airport. (Photo by Jemal Countess/Getty Images)
BISHOFTU, ETHIOPIA – MARCH 13: Families cry for Chinese victims during a memorial service at the crash site of Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 on March 13, 2019 in Bishoftu, Ethiopia. A Nairobi-bound Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 crashed shortly after taking off from Addis Ababa on Sunday, killing all 157 people on board. Families attended a memorial service for victims of the plane crash, which was held by the Ethiopian Airlines in Bishoftu on Wednesday. (Photo by Wang Xi/China News Service/VCG via Getty Images)
Oromo women perform a traditional chant on March 15, 2019, at the crash site of the Ethiopian Airlines operated Boeing 737 MAX aircraft which killed 157 passengers and crew onboard, at Hama Quntushele village, near Bishoftu, in Oromia region. – A French investigation into the March 10 Nairobi-bound Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX crash that killed 157 passengers and crew opened on March 15 as US aerospace giant Boeing stopped delivering the top-selling aircraft. (Photo by TONY KARUMBA / AFP) (Photo credit should read TONY KARUMBA/AFP/Getty Images)
Families of victims from Kenya and Rwanda lay flowers on March 15, 2019, as they visit the crash site of the Ethiopian Airlines operated Boeing 737 MAX aircraft which killed 157 passengers and crew onboard, at Hama Quntushele village, near Bishoftu, in Oromia region. – A French investigation into the March 10 Nairobi-bound Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX crash that killed 157 passengers and crew opened on March 15 as US aerospace giant Boeing stopped delivering the top-selling aircraft. (Photo by TONY KARUMBA / AFP) (Photo credit should read TONY KARUMBA/AFP/Getty Images)
Families of victims from Kenya and Rwanda lay flowers on March 15, 2019, as they visit the crash site of the Ethiopian Airlines operated Boeing 737 MAX aircraft which killed 157 passengers and crew onboard, at Hama Quntushele village, near Bishoftu, in Oromia region. – A French investigation into the March 10 Nairobi-bound Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX crash that killed 157 passengers and crew opened on March 15 as US aerospace giant Boeing stopped delivering the top-selling aircraft. (Photo by TONY KARUMBA / AFP) (Photo credit should read TONY KARUMBA/AFP/Getty Images)
Families of victims from Kenya and Rwanda lay flowers on March 15, 2019, as they visit the crash site of the Ethiopian Airlines operated Boeing 737 MAX aircraft which killed 157 passengers and crew onboard, at Hama Quntushele village, near Bishoftu, in Oromia region. – A French investigation into the March 10 Nairobi-bound Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX crash that killed 157 passengers and crew opened on March 15 as US aerospace giant Boeing stopped delivering the top-selling aircraft. (Photo by TONY KARUMBA / AFP) (Photo credit should read TONY KARUMBA/AFP/Getty Images)
A mourning family of Chinese nationality pose for a group picture on March 15, 2019, at the crash site of the Ethiopian Airlines operated Boeing 737 MAX aircraft in which their relatives perished among the 157 passengers and crew onboard, at Hama Quntushele village, near Bishoftu, in Oromia region. – A French investigation into the March 10 Nairobi-bound Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX crash that killed 157 passengers and crew opened on March 15 as US aerospace giant Boeing stopped delivering the top-selling aircraft. (Photo by TONY KARUMBA / AFP) (Photo credit should read TONY KARUMBA/AFP/Getty Images)
A grieving relative carries the picture of a victim at the crash site of the Ethiopian Airlines operated Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, at Hama Quntushele village in Oromia region, on March 14, 2019, four days after the plane crashed into a field killing 157 passengers and crew. – The black box flight recorders from the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft that crashed in Ethiopia were flown to France on March 14, 2019 for analysis as the ban on the model went worldwide after the US President added the US to countries that have grounded the aircraft. The US action came after many airlines around the globe voluntarily took the model out of service and many countries banned it from their airspace. (Photo by TONY KARUMBA / AFP) (Photo credit should read TONY KARUMBA/AFP/Getty Images)
Distraught relatives react as they arrive at the crash site of the Ethiopian Airlines operated Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, at Hama Quntushele village in Oromia region, on March 14, 2019, four days after the plane crashed into a field killing 157 passengers and crew. – The black box flight recorders from the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft that crashed in Ethiopia were flown to France on March 14, 2019 for analysis as the ban on the model went worldwide after the US President added the US to countries that have grounded the aircraft. The US action came after many airlines around the globe voluntarily took the model out of service and many countries banned it from their airspace. (Photo by TONY KARUMBA / AFP) (Photo credit should read TONY KARUMBA/AFP/Getty Images)
A grieving woman is assisted by her relatives after she is overcome, at the crash site of the Ethiopian Airlines operated Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, at Hama Quntushele village in Oromia region, on March 14, 2019, four days after the plane crashed into a field killing 157 passengers and crew. – The black box flight recorders from the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft that crashed in Ethiopia were flown to France on March 14, 2019 for analysis as the ban on the model went worldwide after the US President added the US to countries that have grounded the aircraft. The US action came after many airlines around the globe voluntarily took the model out of service and many countries banned it from their airspace. (Photo by TONY KARUMBA / AFP) (Photo credit should read TONY KARUMBA/AFP/Getty Images)
Distraught relatives react as they arrive at the crash site of the Ethiopian Airlines operated Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, at Hama Quntushele village in Oromia region, on March 14, 2019, four days after the plane crashed into a field killing 157 passengers and crew. – The black box flight recorders from the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft that crashed in Ethiopia were flown to France on March 14, 2019 for analysis as the ban on the model went worldwide after the US President added the US to countries that have grounded the aircraft. The US action came after many airlines around the globe voluntarily took the model out of service and many countries banned it from their airspace. (Photo by TONY KARUMBA / AFP) (Photo credit should read TONY KARUMBA/AFP/Getty Images)
A distraught relative reacts as she arrives at the crash site of the Ethiopian Airlines operated Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, at Hama Quntushele village in Oromia region, on March 14, 2019, four days after the plane crashed into a field killing 157 passengers and crew. – The black box flight recorders from the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft that crashed in Ethiopia were flown to France on March 14, 2019 for analysis as the ban on the model went worldwide after the US President added the US to countries that have grounded the aircraft. The US action came after many airlines around the globe voluntarily took the model out of service and many countries banned it from their airspace. (Photo by TONY KARUMBA / AFP) (Photo credit should read TONY KARUMBA/AFP/Getty Images)
EJERE, ETHIOPIA – MARCH 14: The father of Ethiopian Airlines pilot Yared Mulugeta breaks down as he visits the crash site of Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET302 on March 14, 2019 in Ejere, Ethiopia. All 157 passengers and crew perished after the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 Flight came down six minutes after taking off from Bole Airport. (Photo by Jemal Countess/Getty Images)
EJERE, ETHIOPIA – MARCH 14: Mourners, believed to be Ethiopian Airlines cabin crew members, arrive to pay their respects at the crash site of Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET302 on March 14, 2019 in Ejere, Ethiopia. All 157 passengers and crew perished after the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 Flight came down six minutes after taking off from Bole Airport. (Photo by Jemal Countess/Getty Images)
EJERE, ETHIOPIA – MARCH 14: Mourners, believed to be Ethiopian Airlines cabin crew members, arrive to pay their respects at the crash site of Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET302 on March 14, 2019 in Ejere, Ethiopia. All 157 passengers and crew perished after the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 Flight came down six minutes after taking off from Bole Airport. (Photo by Jemal Countess/Getty Images)
EJERE, ETHIOPIA – MARCH 14: Mourners, believed to be Ethiopian Airlines cabin crew members, arrive to pay their respects at the crash site of Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET302 on March 14, 2019 in Ejere, Ethiopia. All 157 passengers and crew perished after the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 Flight came down six minutes after taking off from Bole Airport. (Photo by Jemal Countess/Getty Images)
EJERE, ETHIOPIA – MARCH 14: Mourners, believed to be Ethiopian Airlines cabin crew members, arrive to pay their respects at the crash site of Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET302 on March 14, 2019 in Ejere, Ethiopia. All 157 passengers and crew perished after the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 Flight came down six minutes after taking off from Bole Airport. (Photo by Jemal Countess/Getty Images)
EJERE, ETHIOPIA – MARCH 14: Mourners, believed to be Ethiopian Airlines cabin crew members, arrive to pay their respects at the crash site of Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET302 on March 14, 2019 in Ejere, Ethiopia. All 157 passengers and crew perished after the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 Flight came down six minutes after taking off from Bole Airport. (Photo by Jemal Countess/Getty Images)
Family members mourn the victims at the crash site of the Ethiopian Airlines operated Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, at Hama Quntushele village in the Oromia region, on March 13, 2019. – A Nairobi-bound Ethiopian Airlines Boeing crashed minutes after takeoff from Addis Ababa on March 10, 2019, killing all eight crew and 149 passengers on board, including tourists, business travellers, and “at least a dozen” UN staff. Families of the victims were taken to the remote site on March 13, 2019, where the plane smashed into a field with 157 passengers and crew from 35 countries, leaving a deep black crater and tiny scraps of debris. (Photo by TONY KARUMBA / AFP) (Photo credit should read TONY KARUMBA/AFP/Getty Images)
A Saudi Arabia national looks at the debris during a visit by family members at the crash site of the Ethiopian Airlines operated Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, at Hama Quntushele village in the Oromia region, on March 13, 2019. – A Nairobi-bound Ethiopian Airlines Boeing crashed minutes after takeoff from Addis Ababa on March 10, 2019, killing all eight crew and 149 passengers on board, including tourists, business travellers, and “at least a dozen” UN staff. Families of the victims were taken to the remote site on March 13, 2019, where the plane smashed into a field with 157 passengers and crew from 35 countries, leaving a deep black crater and tiny scraps of debris. (Photo by TONY KARUMBA / AFP) (Photo credit should read TONY KARUMBA/AFP/Getty Images)
Relatives of victims of the Sunday plane crash comfort each other as they visit the crash site of the Ethiopian Airlines operated Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, at Hama Quntushele village in the Oromia region, on March 13, 2019. – A Nairobi-bound Ethiopian Airlines Boeing crashed minutes after takeoff from Addis Ababa on March 10, killing all eight crew and 149 passengers on board, including tourists, business travellers, and “at least a dozen” UN staff. Families of the victims were taken to the remote site on March 13, 2019, where the plane smashed into a field with 157 passengers and crew from 35 countries, leaving a deep black crater and tiny scraps of debris. (Photo by TONY KARUMBA / AFP) (Photo credit should read TONY KARUMBA/AFP/Getty Images)

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