Transcript for Andreas Lubitz May Have Been Too Sick For Work
There will be no extradition to ita Italy. But first, new evidence in the jet that went down. The co-pilot, and what we've just learned about him. Investigators finding a note from his doctor saying he was too sick to work. And tonight, we learn about his girlfriend and his mysterious hiatus. Terry Moran from where evidence was hauled away in Germany. Reporter: Investigators say he had a secret. You see the two names on the buzzer. He went to the airport in the morning, flew to Barcelona on the same plane he would later crash. Tonight, police searching the apartment again after the bombshell find last night. A rn-up note from a doctor saying he was too sick to work, and prescriptions trashed. The note never delivered to the airline. He hid it from his employer and colleagues, and he was see a psychiatrist, learning he apparently struggled for years. In 2009, he interrupted his training, suffering from depression. But people that knew him say he showed no warning signs. He showed minimum respect for others. Reporter: These are the gliders of the local flight club. It was here that he first discovered his love of flying. The club took the gliders on trips. He reportedly came to these same mountains where he would have soar ed alone a few miles from where he crashed the plane. And now, we're being told there was a note that the pilot required specific medical examinati examination. And airlines facing tough new
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