Chaos erupt in meeting between Ethiopian Airlines and families of plane crash victims
SEE ALSO :KQ moves to wrap up airport takeoverBut the airline officials informed them that none of that was their responsibility, passing the buck to the Ministry of Health, which received and secured the body parts, and the Ethiopian Police. Remains of the victims are believed to be stored at the Menelik Hospital Mortuary in the city but there has been no independent confirmation by respective embassies or the family members. "We are not getting any assistance from these people, they are not giving us any answers and the guys who are supposed to inform us are passing the buck. We do not want to stay here," said a Kenyan family member who said he lost a wife. He refused to disclose his identity for fear of harassment by authorities.