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Malaysia Airlines: Cargo manifest shows 2 dogs among casualties of jet crash

By CNN Staff
updated 10:33 AM EDT, Sat July 19, 2014
Families of crew members aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 gather for a vigil Tuesday, July 22, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. All 298 people aboard the passenger plane died when it was shot down Thursday, July 17, in a rebel-controlled part of eastern Ukraine. Families of crew members aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 gather for a vigil Tuesday, July 22, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. All 298 people aboard the passenger plane died when it was shot down Thursday, July 17, in a rebel-controlled part of eastern Ukraine.
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STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Also tucked away in the cargo section were four pigeons and five other birds
  • Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crashed Thursday in eastern Ukraine
  • It was carrying 298 people of various nationalities, including Americans and Dutch

(CNN) -- A cargo manifest showed that two dogs were among the casualties of the doomed Malaysian jet that fell from the sky in eastern Ukraine this week.

Also tucked away in the cargo section were four pigeons and five other birds of an undetermined breed.

The passengers and crew aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 came from around the world and held a wide range of hopes and dreams. While the identities of the 298 people aboard have not been release by the airline, CNN has been able to confirm some of them via family, friends and social media. The passengers and crew aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 came from around the world and held a wide range of hopes and dreams. While the identities of the 298 people aboard have not been release by the airline, CNN has been able to confirm some of them via family, friends and social media.
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The document described the animals as "live" at the time of check-in. No more information was immediately available.

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Non-living items on board included aircraft parts, diplomatic papers and flowers, according to a cargo manifest released by Malaysia Airlines.

Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 tore apart Thursday in the sky over Torez.

A surface-to-air missile, possibly fired by pro-Russian rebels, took down the jetliner as it traveled from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, the United States said.

The plane had 298 people aboard, including 80 children, the United Nations said. Debris and bodies remain strewn across the countryside in eastern Ukraine.

Two days after the jet crashed, some bodies remained strapped in seat belts.

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