Transcript for More Chilling Details Revealed About the Last 10 Minutes of the Tragic French Alps Plane Crash
This complex is where GE makes dish washers and refrigerators. David Wright, ABC news, new York. And new information about the jet crash in the alps. Here's David Kerley. Reporter: Buried under eight inches of debris and dirt, this blackened box, providing strong and compelling evidence tonight that co-pilot Andreas lubitz crashed the jetliner on purpose and was conscious. The flight data recorder shows that soon after the captain left the cockpit, lubitz commanded the autopilot to descend from 38,000 feet down to 100 feet. Starting the steep descent. As the captain was now banging on the door, lubitz adjusted the speed, actually accelerating the jetliner several times to keep it diving toward the French alps. Screams of passengers are heard in the final seconds. In the debris field, 42 cell phones have been recovered and sent to a Paris lab for investigation. They are said to be severely damaged. But could contain text messages, final words to loved ones, possibly even video from inside the cabin. At the scene today, the French interior minister laid flowers near the site where the 150 onboard were killed. Reporter: With tonight's additional evidence of deliberate descent, there is a fairly clear picture of what happened on the flight. But the question remains, David,
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