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EgyptAir probe continues

Egypt’s military on Saturday displayed wreckage and personal belongings as searchers scoured the Mediterranean Sea for EgyptAir Flight 804’s flight data and cockpit voice recorders.

The chunks of debris included an uninflated life vest, a seat, a purse, shoes, carpet, a scarf, parts of chairs and cushions and a sling bag. The EgyptAir label appeared on one piece of wreckage.
Search crews have recovered wreckage from EgyptAir Flight 804.
Shoukry said the searchers are pressing on, but it isn’t clear how long it will take to recover the cockpit voice and flight data recorders — the so-called black boxes — to find out what happened.
The United States, France, Britain, Russia and others are eager to cooperate in the search, Shoukry said, adding he anticipates assistance in finding the recorders.
“We do not, I think, have the technical abilities to operate in such deep waters, whereas many of our partners might have this facility,” he said.

The debris includes passengers' belongings from the plane.

On Friday, EgyptAir and Greek officials said that searchers found seats, personal belongings, and a body part. The Egyptian military said it discovered debris about 290 kilometres (180 miles) north of Alexandria, Egypt.
No survivors have been found. Egyptian officials have said they suspect the crash was caused by an act of terror, but no group has come forward to claim credit.
French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault told passengers’ families Saturday that “no theory” has been ruled out.
The Airbus A320 carried 56 passengers and 10 crew members and security when it left Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris late Wednesday headed for Cairo.
Most of the passengers were Egyptian — 30 in all.
Also aboard were 15 French citizens, including an infant, and passengers from Iraq, Britain, Belgium, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Chad, Portugal, Canada and Algeria, according to Sharif Fathi, Egypt’s civil aviation minister. (CNN)

One Response to EgyptAir probe continues

  1. Joel C. Payne
    Joel C. Payne May 22, 2016 at 12:21 am

    Too much planes going down just so I think the terrorist have a weapon they’re getting through with.


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