Slashed letter found in dust bin declared Germanwings co-pilot ‘unfit to work’
(CNN) -- Germanwings issued a news release Friday saying that the company did not receive a sick note for co-pilot Andreas Lubitz for the day that Flight 9525 crashed in France. "Germanwings declares that a sick note for this day was not submitted to the company," the statement reads. The Germanwings statement was released after a German prosecutor said that in Lubitz's apartment, investigators found medical leave notes, issued by a doctor, for a period of time that included the day of the crash.