Some passengers alive when Cyprus plane crashed


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  • Tuesday, 16 Aug 2005

ATHENS/NICOSIA (Reuters) - Some of the 121 people on board a Cypriot airliner were still alive when it crashed into mountains in Greece, a coroner said on Monday, after earlier reports that many had frozen to death at high altitude. 

Police searched the Nicosia offices of Helios Airways and collected documents that might be used in a possible criminal investigation, Greek Cypriot authorities said. 

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