‘Several Main Locations’ Of EgyptAir Plane Wreckage Found
Wreckage from the EgyptAir flight that crashed May 19 has been found.
Egyptian authorities released a statement saying that, “several main locations of the wreckage have been identified.” Wreckage was found in several places, but authorities did not specify the size or location of the parts.
According to investigators, the Cairo-bound flight from Paris “deviated” from its course while at 37,000 feet and turned to the left, and then rolled to the right, completing a full circle. Investigators have not ruled out terrorism, but a human error or technical glitch are possibilities. Flight data revealed smoke detectors went off in the toilet and the aircraft’s electronics minutes before the plane’s signal was lost.
The flight made three separate emergency landings in a 24-hour period leading up to its demise. French media reports the plane was forced to land for technical checks and each time the alerts were investigated and the plane was cleared for take-off.
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