Local company helps Greek airline after fatal crash (Houston Chronicle)

Helios Airways has called on a Houston company that specializes in helping businesses deal with the aftermath of mass disasters. By Monday, Kenyon International Emergency Services had a team of seven on the ground working with the airline and Greek authorities. Forty counselors and pathologists were also en route.


Posted August 16, 2005

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