18 Canadians were among the 157 people killed onboard an Ethiopian Airlines that crashed earlier this week on Sunday. In the days that follow the crash, the identities of the Canadian victims have started to be released. Now, it has been revealed that a 9-month-old Canadian baby girl was killed in the Ethiopian plane crash.\nREAD ALSO: 6 Members Of An Ontario Family Among 18 Canadians Killed In Ethiopian Plane Crash\nThe baby girl is reportedly the youngest Canadian victim from the tragic accident. Her name was Rubi Paul. She was the only member of her family who had Canadian citizenship. The baby girl was travelling from Ontario to Kenya.\nHer grandfather told CP24 that the plane crash in Ethiopia took place while she was en route to visit Kenya with her family – her mother, grandmother and older siblings. The trip was supposed to be the baby's first time meeting her grandfather.\nREAD ALSO: The Plane In The Ethiopian Airlines Crash Is The Same Model Used By Popular Canadian Airlines\n"It's just hard to accept that this has happened," Quindos Karanja told CP24 on the phone. "I feel so much loss. And pain. I'm lonely."\nThe grandfather said he's having a difficult time with the loss of several family members. Not only was his granddaughter's life claimed in the accident, but also his wife Ann Wangui Karanja, his daughter Carolyne Karanja, and his other grandchildren as well, seven-year-old Ryan and four-year-old Kerri.\nView this post on Instagram Un avion d’ #EthiopianAirlines, à destination de #Nairobi (#Kenya), s’est écrasé dimanche matin près de la capitale éthiopienne #AddisAbeba. L’appareil, un #Boeing 737 MAX 8, transportant 149 passagers et 8 membres d’équipage, a décollé à 8h38 de l’aéroport international d’Addis-Abeba et a perdu le contact avec les contrôleurs aériens six minutes plus tard. La compagnie aérienne a confirmé que les 157 personnes à bord n’avaient pas survécu. #avion #planecrash A post shared by CGTN Français (@cgtnfrancais) on Mar 12, 2019 at 2:18am PDT\nCarolyne Karanja, the mother of Rubi Paul, was from Kenya. She was not a Canadian resident but had already applied to permanently stay in Canada, Quindos Karanja said. His wife, who was also killed in the accident, had been staying in Canada for several months for a visit.\nREAD ALSO: Many Canadians Aren't Satisfied With How Airlines Are Responding To The Ethiopian Plane Crash\nQuindos Karanja said his daughter was already anxious before the trip. "She didn't know why she had that bad feeling ... that was my final talk with her," he said.\n@aviapics4uembedded via\nThis is the second family with Canadian members that have lost several members and generations in the fatal accident. Six members of a family from Brampton were also killed in the crash – two teenagers, their parents and grandparents.\nThe tragic accident has also claimed the lives of several other Canadians. A number of the Canadians killed in the crash were humanitarian workers. Some were on the flight because they were travelling to a United Nations Environment Assembly in Kenya. A Carleton professor, a mother and daughter pair from Alberta, and more were also among the Canadian victims.