German President Joachim Gauck said Friday that the nation was still in "enormous shock" over last month's Germanwings crash in the French Alps, blamed on a depressed co-pilot.
"We are all still in a state of enormous shock from what happened to us on March 24," he said as he presided over a state memorial service for the 150 people killed in the disaster.
"Since this day, nothing has been what it was for these families and friends" of the victims, Gauck said. "Something was destroyed that can never be healed again in this world."
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