After the tragic incident of Germanwings Flight 9295 crashing in the French Alps, investigators are looking into what caused it.
The co-pilot, identified as Andreas Lubitz, was said to have suffered a psychosomatic illness. Bloomberg reports:
Andreas Lubitz was being treated by several neurologists and psychiatrists for his sickness, said the person, who asked not to be identified discussing details of the investigation.
The site continues:
Investigators are focusing on the 27-year-old’s mental health after they found a doctor’s note among torn-up medical documents certifying him unfit for work on the day of the crash. Authorities said he hadn’t told Germanwings about his medical condition.
Earlier this week, it was revealed that Lubitz had intentions to crash the flight. Authorities are waiting to question Lubitz’ parents. He allegedly shared a selfie that spoke to his dangerous intentions and you can view it here.
Documents Show Germanwings Co-Pilot Suffered From Psychosomatic Illness was originally published on globalgrind.com