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CanadaToronto man victim of Ethiopian plane crash

23:50  13 march  2019
23:50  13 march  2019 Source:   msn.com

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TORONTO -- A 72-year-old Toronto man was identified Wednesday as one of the Canadian victims of the plane crash in Ethiopia . The Ismaili Centre said Ameen Noormohamed was on board the Ethiopian Airlines plane that went down on Sunday moments after takeoff from Addis Ababa, killing

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A Toronto Muslim organization has identified a 72-year-old member of their community as a victim of Sunday's plane crash in Ethiopia.

The Ismaili Centre says Ameen Noormohamed was one of the 157 people on board the plane when it crashed moments after takeoff from Addis Ababa.

The centre says Noormohamed lived in the Toronto area.

It says his family members are currently in Kenya making funeral arrangements.

Noormohamed was one of 18 Canadians who died in the crash.

The other Canadian victims included several humanitarian and aid workers, a high school teacher and a family from Brampton, Ont.

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"I lost my family," Manant Vaidya said shortly before boarding a plane at Pearson airport. "It's still hard to believe. I'm totally broken." Along with his wife and two children, Vaidya is on his way to Ethiopia to collect the remains of his loved ones. Then, he intends to fly to India — where his extended family resides — for final rituals. He has been in frequent contact with officials at both the Canadian and Indian consuls to facilitate the transportation. "My priority is to get the closure, to the bodies, to the souls. I want to make sure that they rest in peace," he said.

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