Published: May 13, 2010 10:53 AM EDT

TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) - Doctors say the Dutch boy who miraculously

survived a plane crash that killed 103 people in the Libyan capital

is in satisfactory condition after surgery on his shattered legs.

Dr. Hameeda al-Saheli, the head of the pediatric unit at the

Libyan hospital where the boy was treated, said Thursday that he is

breathing normally and his vital organs are intact.

The official Libyan news agency has identified the survivor as

10-year-old Ruben van Ashout.

But a Dutch newspaper said the boy is in all likelihood

9-year-old Ruben van Assouw. His grandmother, An van de Sande, told

the newspaper that Ruben was in South Africa with his brother and

parents.

The Afriqiyah Airways plane crashed Wednesday as it approached

the runway at the Tripoli airport.