The city of Dénia joins the tributes to the victims of the plane crash occurred on Tuesday morning 24 March in the French Alps in which 150 people died.
Today Wednesday, at 12 in the morning, has been called a minute of silence in memory of the victims in the low of the City. In addition, the flags of the municipal buildings will wave at half-mast during the three days of official mourning decreed by the Government.
The accident of the Airbus 320 shocked the international society. The plane, which was on the route Barcelona - Düsseldorf, crashed past 11 in the morning in a complicated area of access to the French Alps, which rescue teams are still accessing. At the moment 61 victims have been identified and the figures speak of 47 Spaniards, as well as German, Moroccan, Belgian, Colombian, Mexican, American and Argentine citizens.
The rescue efforts will be extended by the difficulties of access and the complicated climatology of the area.