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CanadaToronto woman Danielle Moore killed in Ethiopian Airlines crash, family says

06:10  11 march  2019
06:10  11 march  2019 Source:   cbc.ca

Edmonton mother and daughter among 18 Canadians killed in Ethiopian Airlines plane crash

Edmonton mother and daughter among 18 Canadians killed in Ethiopian Airlines plane crash An Edmonton woman and her daughter are among 18 Canadians confirmed dead in a plane crash Sunday in Ethiopia. Amina Ibrahim Odowa, 33, and her daughter Sofia Abdulkadir, 5, were killed when the Ethiopian Airlines jetliner crashed shortly after taking off from Addis Ababa. Odowa's two surviving daughters, ages three and seven, are in the care of their grandmother in Edmonton. None of the 157 passengers and crew members on board survived. The plane was destined for Nairobi. After takeoff, the Ethiopian Airlines pilot sent out a distress call and was cleared to return to the airport.

Canadian woman , 24, headed to UN conference among dead in Ethiopian Airlines crash . The plane crashed moments after taking off in the Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa Sunday morning. Moore 's family lives in the Toronto area, where she grew up. Another relative posted that she was

Canadian victims of Ethiopian plane crash : Toronto ’s Ethiopian community prays for plane crash Danielle Moore , 24, was one of 18 Canadians killed in an Ethiopian Airlines plane crash on Colby Deighton, who dated Moore for four years and was still a friend, said he has many fond memories of

Toronto woman Danielle Moore killed in Ethiopian Airlines crash, family says Rescue team carry collected bodies in bags at the crash site of Ethiopia Airlines near Bishoftu, a town some 60 kilometres southeast of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on March 10, 2019. - An Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 crashed on March 10 morning en route from Addis Ababa to Nairobi with 149 passengers and eight crew believed to be on board, Ethiopian Airlines said. (Photo by Michael TEWELDE / AFP) (Photo credit should read MICHAEL TEWELDE/AFP/Getty Images)

A Toronto woman was one of 18 Canadians killed on Sunday when an Ethiopian Airlines jet crashed shortly after takeoff, CBC Toronto has learned.

Danielle Moore was among the 157 aboard the Boeing 737 MAX 8 when it went down just minutes after leaving the Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa on its way to Kenya. Authorities said the dead also included United Nations staff and people of at least 35 nationalities.

Airlines try to reassure flyers after crash

Airlines try to reassure flyers after crash MONTREAL - Canada's two largest airlines say they are confident in the safety of the Boeing 737 aircraft after a fatal crash on Sunday involving an Ethiopian Airlines flight. The accident, which killed all 157 aboard the Boeing 737 Max 8, raised concerns over parallels to the crash of a Lion Air jet that plunged into the Java Sea last October, killing 189 people. Air Canada says in an email its 24 Max 8 aircraft have performed "excellently" and met safety and reliability standards. In response to concerns raised by social media users, WestJet Airlines Ltd.

Friends, family members and colleagues of the 18 Canadians killed in Sunday's Ethiopian Airlines crash are He leaves behind his wife Gladys Kivia, a domestic violence counsellor with the Calgary Women 's Emergency Danielle Moore , who grew up in Toronto but was living in Winnipeg, was on

A Toronto woman was one of 18 Canadians killed on Sunday when an Ethiopian Airlines jet crashed shortly after take off, CBC Toronto has learned. Ethiopian Airlines said it had contacted the families of all the victims , who came from 35 nations - including 18 Canadians, nine Ethiopians and

Chris Moore, Danielle's father, confirmed her death in a brief phone call from his home in Scarborough, but quickly hung up, saying the family was too distraught to speak further.

Moore, an activist who had been living in Winnipeg for several years, was on her way to the UN Environment Assembly in Nairobi.

Moore's brother, David Moore, said in a message on social media that she "always strives to make every community she is in, a great place."

Ethiopian authorities said the cause of the crash is still undetermined.

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