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Coroner Rules British Citizens Unlawfully Killed in Devastating Boeing Plane Crash

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Three British Citizens Declared Unlawfully Killed in Tragic Boeing Plane Crash

In a recent ruling, a coroner has declared that three British individuals tragically killed in a plane crash were unlawfully killed. The victims, Sam Pegram, Oliver Vick, and Joanna Toole, were among the 157 passengers who lost their lives aboard a Boeing 737 Max airliner during a flight from Addis Ababa to Kenya in 2019.

Design Flaw in Boeing 737 Max Blamed for the Fatal Crash

During the court proceedings, it was revealed that the fatal crash of flight ET302 occurred due to a design flaw in the Boeing 737 Max aircraft. The flight control software, known as MCAS, experienced a sensor failure, causing it to deploy at the wrong time. As a result, the plane went into a catastrophic dive, despite the pilots’ efforts to regain control.

Deceptive Actions by Boeing Employees Unveiled

The West Sussex coroner, Penelope Schofield, determined that the incident resulted from a series of failures concerning the development and operation of the flight control software. Shockingly, two employees from the aircraft manufacturer were found to have intentionally deceived regulators and operators regarding the functioning of a safety critical system.

Grief-stricken Families Seek Justice for Their Loved Ones

Throughout the inquest, the families’ lawyers pressed for a verdict of unlawful killing, seeking justice for their loved ones. The emotional testimonies shared in court shed light on the remarkable lives of the victims. Sam Pegram, a passionate humanitarian worker, was described as kind, compassionate, and committed to making a difference. Joanna Toole, a sustainability campaigner, was remembered for her rare combination of empathy towards animals and people. Oliver Vick, also a humanitarian worker, was hailed as a devoted father who tirelessly strived to make the world a better place.

The Pain of Loss and Remembrance

In the aftermath of the tragic incident, the families of the victims have been grappling with the immense pain of losing their loved ones. Mark Pegram, Sam’s father, expressed the profound impact his son had on others through his unwavering dedication to human rights. For Joanna Toole’s father, the loss of a child felt like losing a part of himself. Cheryl Vick, Oliver’s mother, remembered her son’s unwavering focus on creating a better world for as many people as possible. Additionally, Abdulqadir Qasim, a former Somali refugee, lost his life while traveling to Kenya for a job opportunity, leaving behind a loving wife and a young son who cannot recall his father.

Honoring the Memories of Those Lost in the Tragedy

As the coroner’s ruling brings some closure to the families, it serves as a reminder of the profound impact of the devastating Boeing plane crash. The victims’ lives and the memories they left behind will continue to be cherished by their loved ones. Efforts to seek accountability for the design flaws and deceptive actions surrounding the Boeing 737 Max remain ongoing, as the aviation industry strives to prevent similar tragedies in the future.


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