Prince William pays tribute to Malaysian air crash victims

By admin
21 July 2014

Britain's Prince William has paid tribute to the victims of the Malaysian air crash, which burst into flames while flying over Ukraine yesterday after taking off from Amsterdam.

Britain's Prince William has paid tribute to the victims of the Malaysian air crash. The 31-year-old royal said his "thoughts and prayers" go out to the families of the 298 people killed in the tragic incident on thursday, which saw flight MH17 crash in Ukraine after taking off from Amsterdam. Speaking during the unveiling of a statue to the first man to identify Australia as a continent, he said at Australia House in London on Friday: "I know that I speak for all of us here when I acknowledge our deep sadness following yesterday's disaster in the Ukraine. For all of us who have lost fellow countrymen and women in the tragedy, words cannot do justice to our sense of loss."

'The crash is a particularly cruel tragedy coming so soon after the loss of MH370.'

The crash - which has killed at least six Britons - comes just four months after Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 disappeared en route from Kuala Lumpar to Beijing on March 4, with 239 people suspected to be dead.

The prince added: "The crash is a particularly cruel tragedy coming so soon after the loss of MH370.

"Please be assured of my family's thoughts and prayers at this time."

-Bang Showbiz

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