July 31, 1973: A body was brought to the morgue at Massachusetts General Hospital after the crash. MGH set up a crisis counseling center for relatives and friends of the Delta plane victims. The crisis service was established in 1942 after the devastating Cocoanut Grove fire and provided 24-hour access to trained psychiatrists at no charge. Dr. Aaron Lazare, director of outpatient psychiatry at the hospital, urged family members to avail themselves of this service in the coming days.