German police officers carry boxes out of a house believed to belong to the parents of Andreas Lubitz on March 26, 2015.
(Photo: REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach)

Germanwings Co-Pilot Lubitz Who Crashed Plane Had 18 Months of Psychiatric Treatment for 'Severe Depressive Episode'

German media reports have revealed that Andreas Lubitz, the co-pilot of Germanwings Flight 9525 who deliberately crashed the plane and killed all 150 people on board, suffered from depression. Lubitz's flight training was interrupted due to a "severe depressive episode'" six years ago, which required treatment for a year and a half..


Germanwings Fatal Plane Crash Mystery: Rescuers Looking for Answers in Harsh Alps Terrain, Human Remains 'Strewn Hundreds of Meters;' 2 Americans Among 150 Killed

Rescuers in the remote French Alps have set out on their second day of searching for answers in the Germanwings Flight 9525 mystery, with authorities confirming that all 150 people on board, including two Americans, are likely dead. Searchers will be attempting to start retrieving the bodies of the victims, which have reportedly been "strewn for hundreds of meters."