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Rescue workers and gendarme gather in Seyne-les-Alpes, France on March 24, 2015, as search-and-rescue teams struggle to reach the remote crash site of the Germanwings plane. (AP Photo/Claude Paris)

(Bloomberg) — An Airbus A320 crashed en route to Dusseldorf from Barcelona, likely killing all 150 people on board, in what would be the worst air accident on French soil in three decades.

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