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A man who lost his entire family in one of the deadly 737 Max crashes says he's haunted by the 'last 6 minutes' that they were alive

A man who lost his entire family in one of the deadly 737 Max crashes says he's haunted by the 'last 6 minutes' that they were alive
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Paul Njoroge lost his three children, his wife, and his mother-in-law in the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max crash in March. It was the second of two deadly 737 Max crashes in the span of five months.




Njoroge testified in front of a Congressional hearing on aviation safety on Wednesday.




He described the pain he's felt every day since his family died, and his thoughts on Boeing's actions before and after the crash.




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"I think about their last six minutes a lot."
Since March, Paul Njoroge hasn't been able to work, sleep without nightmares, or go about his life without thinking about the final moments that his wife, his three children, and his mother-in-law were alive.
"My wife and mum in law knew they were going to die. They had to somehow comfort the children during those final moments, knowing they were all their last. I wish I was there with them."
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