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Media reports video found at Germanwings crash site

A video recovered amongst the wreckage of the Germanwings plane that one week ago crashed in the French Alps recorded the final minutes on board the crafts before the fatal accident, according to German newspaper Bild.

The publication affirms that it and French magazine Paris Match had seen the recording, and adds that there is no doubt about its origins, although the images are blurred and no faces can be identified from the footage.

According to the newspaper the video was filmed from the back of the airplane, either by a passenger or member of the cabin crew, and shows a "chaotic scene" in which passengers shouted "my God" in several languages.

At least metallic blows are also heard, which could be explained by the attempts of the pilot to break into the cabin in which co-pilot Andreas Lubitz had locked himself. Lubitz is suspected of having flown the vessel into the mountains deliberately, killing himself and the 149 other individuals on board.
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