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24 year old Danielle Moore was among 18 Canadians on board when Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 crashed shortly after takeoff from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Via @DanielleMoore

CBC Toronto reported that 24 year old Danielle Moore was among 18 Canadians on board when Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 crashed shortly after takeoff from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 was bound for Nairobi, Kenya when it crashed, killing all 157 on board.

The aircraft was a Boeing 737 Max 8, built by Boeing Commercial Airplanes.

Boeing Commercial Airplanes has built 330 of the 737 Max 8s. The aircraft are operated around the world by carriers such as Southwest Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Air Canada and American Airlines.

Boeing currently has a technical team assisting in the investigation.

The digital flight data recorder (commonly known as a black box) for Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 has been found, Ethiopian Airlines said Monday morning.

18 Canadians among 157 dead

Among the 18 Canadians killed in the crash was Danielle Moore from Scarborough.

A graduate of Francis Libermann Catholic High School, Danielle Moore was en route to the fourth session of the United Nations Environment Assembly in Nairobi, Kenya when Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 crashed, killing all 157 people onboard.

Danielle Moore worked as an education lead for Canada Learning Code, a Winnipeg-based organization that advocates coding education in Canada.

Among the fatalities were nationals from 35 different countries, including Kenya, Ethiopia and Canada.

Justin Trudeau statement on Ethiopian Airlines crash

“On behalf of all Canadians, Sophie and I offer our heartfelt condolences to those who have lost family, friends, and loved ones as a result of this tragedy. We are providing consular assistance, and working closely with authorities to gather further information. We join the international community in mourning the loss of so many lives, including those countries who have also lost citizens in this devastating crash.”


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