The families of victims killed when a suicidal pilot flew a Germanwings aircraft into a mountainside in the French Alps are suing the Airline Training Center Arizona in the US, owned by Lufthansa, over claims it failed to screen the medical background of pilot Andreas Lubitz. The claim alleges that if they had screened him, they would have found evidence he had been previously hospitalized for severe depression and treated with medications that would have prohibited him from flying.
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