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Germanwings A320 reportedly crashes in Alps

French media are reporting that a Germanwings Airbus A320 has crashed in the Alps.

The media, citing the French civil aviation administration DGAC, state that the aircraft had been en route from Barcelona to Dusseldorf.

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French newspaper La Provence says the aircraft came down in the Haute-Bleone valley in south-eastern France.

Germanwings’ flight schedule shows that service 4U9525 operates this route.

There were reportedly 148 occupants on board, including a crew of six.

Germanwings has yet to comment on the reports.

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