ATHENS — Two American women and a baby were killed when they hit the ground, not by the bomb that blew them out of a TWA jetliner, pathologists who examined the bodies said today.
Greek police said they want to go to Beirut and question a Lebanese woman in last Wednesday's bombing, which also killed an American occupying the seat under which it apparently was placed, officials said.
Nikos Kokkinakis, a senior police officer, said over the weekend that the woman, May Elias Mansur, is the "prime suspect in the bombing."
Greek and U.S. forensic pathologists said only Alberto Ospino, 39, of Stratford, Conn., was killed by the bomb. He occupied seat 10-F on the Boeing 727, which was bound from Rome to Athens and landed safely after the explosion.