“That’s a conclusion you may draw for yourself. Two years after the crash of a bus carrying children in the tunnel Sierre , parents requested a fresh investigation , reads Het Belang van Wednesday Limburg and Gazet van Antwerpen . The four-yearly international study of 10-year-olds shows that an increasing number in Flanders do not know the basics, One of Flanders’ biggest heritage celebrations is again postponed, as it’s better to wait another year than have a joyless, corona-proof event, the city has decided. In Belgium, plans were being made to begin repatriating the bodies with three military planes on Friday. The Governing Body of the Geneva-based International Labour Organization started its 313th session. "I am very sad, because I have children and today I awoke with them and I think very strongly about these people because it's really very hard," said Genevieve Romailler, a pharmacist. British boy among Swiss bus crash victims A British boy was among the 28 people killed in a horrific bus crash in a Swiss tunnel, it emerged today. Many of the victims of the Calabasas helicopter crash were united in their love of basketball, headed to a tournament at the Mamba Sports Academy in Thousand Oaks. Three girls light candle tributes during a White March in homage to the victims of a tourist bus crash in a tunnel of the motorway A9, in Sierre, western Switzerland, Wednesday, March 14, 2012. After responding to further inquiries from parents of children from Flemish schools who died in the 2012 bus accident in the Valais canton, the Swiss prosecution has definitively closed the case, Some of the parents of children killed in the 2012 Swiss motorway crash want the investigation reviewed, A lawyer for five of the families of victims of the Flemish school bus crash in Switzerland in 2012 is asking for information on a second mobile phone belonging to one of the drivers, The Swiss prosecutor in charge of the investigation into the causes of last year’s coach accident that killed 28 people from Flemish schools will not carry out an on-site reconstruction. Story by Kate Stockmann at 9:22 am Dec. 15, 2020 A Dutch-based forensic agency has staged a reconstruction of the 2012 crash in which 22 children from Flemish schools were killed, on behalf of the parents of some of the victims. Bryant was set to coach his daughter’s team. Afterward, relatives visited the site of the crash inside the Tunnel de Geronde near the Swiss town of Sierre. Authorities announced that Friday would also be a national day of mourning. At the entrance, on top of a basin holding consecrated water, was a child's drawing depicting hearts and candles. Families identify Swiss bus crash victims, mostly school children. Sierre, Switzerland, March 2012. "Where possible, the bodies will be shown to the families," police spokesman Jean-Marie Bornet told The Associated Press. Victims of deadly Swiss coach crash mourned 15 March 2012 Belgium is mourning the deaths of 28 people - 22 of them children - in a coach crash in Switzerland. An 11-year-old British boy and both drivers are among those who died in the crash on Tuesday night. The cause of the crash is unknown and being investigated. Most of the dead were children. The passengers, four teachers and 46 pupils from Saint-Lambertus school in Heverlee, Flemish Brabant, and 't Stekske primary school in Lommel, Limburg, were returning home with two other schools originating from Beersel and Haasrode, Flemish Brabant, having spent the previous few days at a skiing resort in Val d'Anniviers in the Swiss Alps. The Vatican conveyed its condolences to Belgium's Archbishop Andre-Mutien Leonard. Twenty-two children and six adults from two schools in Belgium died when their coach crashed last week in a road tunnel near the Swiss town of … Three others who were more seriously injured were transferred to a hospital in Lausanne, and one was taken to a hospital in Bern. At the end of last month, the Swiss prosecutor in charge of the case, Olivier Elsig, officially closed the case with no charges being filed. This is technical evidence that speaks for itself.”, According to Dutch lawyer Job Knoester, acting for the parents, Michiels’ medication,  Seroxat or paroxetine, has been implicated in cases of suicide and serious aggression aimed at others. One victim was the helicopter pilot. The accident was the result of the driver losing control for an unknown reason, Elsig concluded, but there was no question of criminal culpability. The bus smashed into a wall about a third of the way down a tunnel in Sierre, Switzerland. IFS has now carried out its own reconstruction and reports that driver Geert Michiels, the younger of the two drivers, made two clear movements seconds before the crash, consciously and with the intention of running the bus into the wall of the tunnel. Six of the seven other victims of the crash were also heading to the tournament. Belgian singer-songwriter releases video honoring Sierre bus crash victims. But he said it would take longer for the four other children who were more badly injured and are being treated in Lausanne and Bern to be returned home.

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