Mother of Boeing 737 MAX crash victim: Her things still smell 'of jet fuel'

Nadia Milleron’s daughter Samya Stumo, 24, died in the Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 crash in March 2019. "People shouldn't innocently buy an airplane ticket and then be in a flying coffin,” she said.
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