So unbelievably tragic. Lovely flight attendants and 80 children have reportedly been on board Malaysia Flight MH17 as it was shot out of the sky over Ukraine on July 17.
298 victims perished on July 17 as Malaysia Flight MH17 crashed over Ukraine after being shot out of the sky by a missile. Gorgeous flight attendants and passengers, 80 children and nearly 100 accomplished AIDS experts have reportedly perished onboard the doomed flight.
Malaysia Flight MH17: Tragic Young Women Among 298 Victims Of Missile Attack
The world was shocked to learn the news that Malaysia Flight MH17 was shot by a missile and subsequently crashed in Ukraine on July 17. 298 perished onboard the flight.
Now, information about the victims have begun to surface. Beautiful flight attendants and passengers were among those onboard the flight. Angeline Premila, 30, and Shazana Salleh, 31, were reportedly a stewardess and flight attendant on the flight, according to the Daily Mail. Elaine Teoh was a gorgeous student from Melbourne, Australia
In addition, 80 children have reportedly died on Malaysia Flight MH17. Brothers Mo Maslin, 12, Otis Maslin, 8, and sister Evie Maslin, 10, were killed on the flight with their grandfather, Nick Norris. They were heading back home to Perth, Australia for school. Richard Mayne, 20, a Leeds University student who had recently visited Nepal to raise money for charity, and Catholic nun Sister Philomene Tiernan were both on the flight.
Also onboard, as many as 100 AIDS experts were among those who died. They were flying to an AIDS conference in Melbourne, Australia. AIDS researchers Pim de Kuijer and Martine de Schutter and HIV researcher Joep Lange are among the first to be named heading for the conference.
Of the 298 onboard, 173 passengers from the Netherlands died, 44 Malaysians, 27 Australians, 12 Indonesians, 10 from the United Kingdom, 4 Germans, 4 Belgiums, 3 Filipinos, 1 Canadian and 1 New Zealander died. 20 passengers have yet to be identified.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims’ family and friends.
— Avery Thompson