Passenger List Released of Fatal Plane Crash in Havana


Black Box Found at crash site

HAVANA TIMES – Cuban authorities today found one of the black boxes in “good condition” of the Boeing 737-200 plane that crashed Friday in Havana, leaving 110 dead and three survivors, reported dpa news.

So far 15 bodies of five children and 10 adults have been identified, deputy minister of Health, Alfredo Gonzalez, told the press at the Jose Marti international airport in the Cuban capital.

The identification work is carried out at the Institute of Legal Medicine of Havana, whose authorities asked relatives to bring elements such as x-rays of dentures or combs with hair, which facilitate the task.

The following is the full list of the passengers and flight crew.  The three survivors, all women, are listed in bold type. The authorities note that they remain in very serious condition.

One thought on “Passenger List Released of Fatal Plane Crash in Havana

  • A tragic loss of life.
    The question of cause may be known following analysis of the contents of the black box. The last of the 737 series 200 was delivered 30 years ago.

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