A French prosecutor said in Marseilles yesterday that the co-pilot deliberately locked the pilot out of the cockpit with the intent of crashing the plane.

Prosecutors say that they can't call it a "suicide mission" yet, but the co-pilot was alone at the helm of the plane at the time that it crashed. The pilot reportedly requested permission to re-enter the cockpit, but the co-pilot ignored his requests.

All 150 passengers on the flight were killed, including 16 German 10th graders, two of their teachers, and a mother and daughter from Virginia. You can read the full story HERE.

For the original story posted after the crash on Tuesday, click here ----> //wcrz.com/plane-crash-in-france-148-aboard-believed-to-be-dead-video/