Almost a week after Flight 752 was shot down, people continue mourning in Canada over the lives lost in the crash. Now, new details are emerging about what exactly happened the day the flight went down. The Iran plane crash was actually caused by two missiles launched at the Ukraine International Airlines flight, according to the New York Times.\nA new video verified and published by the New York Times shows the plane being hit by not one but two missiles and then falling from the sky on January 8.\nIn the security camera footage, you can see two missiles were shot at the Ukraine International Airlines carrier just 30 seconds apart. The shots reportedly came from an Iranian military site.\nThe first missile streaks across the sky and hits the plane. The impact is a ball of light.\nAfter the second airborne weapon's impact, the sky goes dark for a couple of seconds before there's a bright light as the aircraft is falling out of the sky.\nAccording to the New York Times, it was on fire but continued flying, circling back towards the airport before it exploded and then crashed.\nThe American news agency reports that the rooftop video confirms that the plane's transponder stopped working after the initial missile strike.\nThe day after the crash, when no exact cause had yet been made known, it was also the New York Times that verified a video showing it was actually hit by a missile.\nAfter that, it was confirmed by Iranian officials that Flight 752 was shot down.\nThe flight was supposed to go from the airport in Tehran to Kyiv, Ukraine on the morning of January 8 but crash-landed just minutes after takeoff.\nAll 176 people on board the flight were killed.\nNo words can erase the pain of those grieving, but it is my sincere hope that you can find some comfort in knowing that all Canadians stand with you. You are not alone, and we will continue to stand with you in the days, weeks, months, and years to come. pic.twitter.com/de1H7fxIVd— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) January 13, 2020\nIt was initially believed that 63 Canadians died in the crash but that number was later updated to 57.\nIn an interview with Global News on January 13, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that "if there were no tensions, if there was no escalation recently in the region, those Canadians would be right now home with their families."\nWith so many Canadians killed in the crash, people across the country are continuing to mourn the loss of loved ones by holding vigils across the country.