It’s been six days since Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crashed in eastern Ukraine, killing all 298 people on board, among them 193 Dutch nationals and 43 Malaysians. The plane had been hit by a Buk missile, Russian-made, also known as SA11- and SA17-missiles. The plane left at 12:14 (Dutch time) from Schiphol Amsterdam and it was supposed to arrive at 00:10 (Dutch time) in Kuala Lumpur. Around the world people are mourning about the tragic accident.
40 bodies of the 298 victims arrived today in the Netherlands, Hilversum. Today was also the first Dutch Day of National Mourning since 1962. A one minute silence was held in the Netherlands at 4 PM, when the two planes who carried the victims arrived at airbase Eindhoven.
As attachment the arrival of the hearses in Hilversum.