Image: Though no one has pointed fingers at the Samar Ezz Eldin yet, investigations are underway.
The 27-year-old was seen in wet clothes, pulling a suitcase out of the water as the plane nosedives into the sea behind her. Looking at the image, one can see a scene that won’t be wrong if compared to an action movie.
But why would a flight attendant go that far with pictures? Was she not queried for such a suspicious post? There may be a lot more than meets the eye.
The EgyptAir flight lost all 66 passengers and crew in the ill-fated flight from Paris to Cairo.
Samar Ezz Eldin was the first victim among the 66 passengers to named immediately after it was discovered that the Airbus A320 might have crashed on Thursday. She studied Modern Languages in Cairo, Egypt.
Image shows Samar Ezz Edin, the late EgyptAir flight attendant.
Debris from the plane floating in the Mediterranean, according to officials, has since been found by the Egyptian army.