Bodies of Flight 17 Victims Turned Over to Dutch Authorities
DONETSK, UKRAINE -- Train cars full of bodies rolled away from the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 impact site Monday. The bodies of nearly 300 passengers and crew members will be turned over to Dutch authorities; most of the victims were from The Netherlands.
Russian separatists say the black boxes are headed to Malaysia. Meanwhile, President Obama is pressuring Vladimir Putin to allow international investigators full access to the site.
"As investigators approached, they fired their weapons into the air. These separatists are removing evidence from the crash site, all of which begs the question, what exactly are they trying to hide?" said the President.
US intelligence reports indicate Russian separatists shot down the jet Thursday, killing all 298 people on board.