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Forty coffins bearing the remains of Flight 17 passengers arrived in the Netherlands today. Now the grim job of identifying the victims begins. Anderson Cooper discussed the next steps with Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta.
Today the first coffins bearing some of the remains of the 298 people aboard Flight 17 arrived in the Netherlands. Holland's King and Queen joined the families greeting them. Mourners lined the 60-mile route that the procession followed. Today's events in the Netherlands stood in stark contrast to the war zone where the plane was shot down. Anderson looks back at a day of mourning and grace.
Andrei Anghel was on his way to Bali to celebrate the end of his second year of medical school when he was killed on Flight 17. His sister Alexandra shared her memories with Anderson Cooper. She says Andrei went into medicine because he always wanted to help people and aspired to make a difference in the world.
AC360 is remembering the victims of Flight 17 by sharing their stories.
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