Adadi, Ethiopia: It was only another Sunday morning for Atlaw Wihib.
The 49-year-old was preparing to go to Mass, as many other residents in this village were about 120 people in the center of Ethiopia.
But not everything was changing soon.
“I was having breakfast before I went to church when I saw a plane fall from the air,” said Atlaw, father three.
On that very same occasion, at 8.44am, an Ethiopian airplane passenger aircraft above blue sky above Adadi attacked the semi-lofty hills outside the town.
“I had four big explosions. I never heard anything high, ”said Atlaw, which is about 500 meters from the site where it hit ET 302.
“I was scared but I ran to the field to explore and I saw a terrible site,” he said, shaking his head intentionally.
“The body members were everywhere. Some even burned. The fire was very big. ”
Ethiopian airlines, the biggest airline in Africa, said all those on board were on the plane, who took six minutes earlier from Addis Ababa and was heading to Nairobi, killed in the accident. T .
The number of people who died in the disaster – 149 passengers and eight members of the crew – were killed – the people who lived in the village of Atlaw.
Debris from the accident has been spread out over a farm which is now a global focus.
Adadi has brought researchers from all over the world moving through the scene of the crash to commemorate the remains of his victims.
The news spread your grief and sadness all over the world, and Ethiopia named nine people in the disaster.
Late Monday afternoon will see a bright helicopter start a bowl of dust before disappearing just outside the hills on the horizon. At least five busy diggers are working.
Robust security officers check the 100 spectators that have gathered close up, making sure no one is involved in emergencies, such as emergency workers getting through t These posts and receive socket bags.
“Children are among the dead because we have seen their clothes,” one of the swordsmen says.
“I'll see what I saw with me till I die.” T
“It is too difficult to describe it.” T
– Al Jazeera