PARIS (AP) - Air France has told families of passengers aboard
Flight 447 to abandon any hope of survivors.
A counselor present at a meeting with Air France's CEO
Pierre-Henri Gourgeon says he told the families that the plane
broke apart either in the air or when it slammed into the ocean's
The counselor, who was asked by Paris prosecutors to help
counsel family members, said Thursday "what is clear is that there
was no landing. There's no chance the escape slides came out."
He says Gourgeon told families at the Wednesday meeting there
were no survivors.
Military rescue planes are trying to narrow the search zone
today as ships head to the site to recover wreckage.
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