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Second 'black box' found at Boeing 737 crash site in China


The wreckage of China Eastern Airlines Boeing 737-800. File photoBEIJING, Mar 27 RIA Novosti. The second “black box” was found at the crash site of a China Eastern Airlines passenger Boeing 737 in China, China's Central Television reports.

"The second "black box"was found of the crashed passenger plane of China Eastern Airlines & # 34;, the message says.

The passenger Boeing 737 of China Eastern Airlines, operating flight MU5735 from Kunming to Guangzhou, crashed on March 21 in Teng County, Wuzhou City in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in southern China. . On Wednesday, one “black box” was found at the crash site of the plane, which recorded the conversations in the cockpit, it was sent to Beijing. On Saturday, Hu Zhenjiang, deputy head of the Civil Aviation Administration of China, said that all 123 passengers and nine crew members were declared dead. Boeing 737 crash site in China

At the scene, rescuers found the wreckage of the crashed aircraft, but no survivors or dead bodies have yet been found.

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At the scene, rescuers found the wreckage of the crashed plane, but no survivors or dead bodies have yet been found.

The Boeing crashed in Teng County, Wuzhou City, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China, causing a forest fire.

The Boeing crashed in Teng County, Wuzhou City in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region of China, causing a forest fire.

The aircraft was on a domestic flight from Kunming to Guangzhou. According to local authorities, there were no foreigners, including Russians, on board.

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The aircraft was on a domestic flight from Kunming to Guangzhou. According to local authorities, there were no foreigners, including Russians, on board.

According to flightradar24, the plane was flying at a cruising altitude of about 8.9 kilometers when it suddenly began to lose altitude and speed.

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According to flightradar24, the plane was flying at a cruising altitude of approximately 8.9 kilometers when it suddenly began to lose altitude and speed.

Relatives of the passengers on the MU5735 crashed flight wait for news at Guangzhou International Airport -Baiyun.

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Relatives of the passengers from the crashed flight MU5735 await news at Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport .

The crash of a passenger Boeing 737 was China's worst air disaster in more than 11 years.

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The crash of a passenger Boeing 737 was China's worst air disaster in over 11 years.

450 firefighters were sent to the crash site. They managed to extinguish the forest fire caused by the Boeing crash.

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450 firefighters were sent to the crash site. They managed to put out the forest fire caused by the Boeing crash.

Neither the authorities nor the airline have yet released any version of the cause of the disaster. Experts believe the plane may have crashed due to engine failure at cruising altitude.

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No power , nor the airline has yet to release any version of the cause of the crash. Experts believe that the plane could have crashed due to engine failure at cruising altitude.

The wreckage of a Boeing 737 at the crash site.

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Boeing 737 wreckage at crash site.

US Civil Aviation Administration

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Burnt ID cards, wallets and other belongings of passengers were found at the crash site. The mountainous terrain creates great difficulties for search work.

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Burned ID cards were found at the crash site , wallets and other belongings of passengers. The mountainous terrain creates great difficulties for search work.

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At the scene, rescuers found the wreckage of the crashed plane, but no survivors or dead bodies have yet been found.

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The Boeing crashed in Teng County, Wuzhou City in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region of China, causing a forest fire.

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The plane was on a domestic flight from Kunming to Guangzhou. According to local authorities, there were no foreigners, including Russians, on board.

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According to flightradar24, the plane was flying at a cruising altitude of about 8.9 kilometers when it suddenly began to lose altitude and speed.

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Relatives of passengers on the MU5735 crashed flight are waiting for news in Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport.

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The crash of a passenger Boeing 737 was China's worst air disaster in more than 11 years.

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To the crash site 450 firefighters were sent. They managed to put out the forest fire caused by the Boeing crash.

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Neither the authorities nor the airline have yet released any version of the cause of the disaster. Experts believe that the plane could have crashed due to engine failure at cruising altitude.

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The wreckage of a Boeing 737 at the crash site.

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The US Civil Aviation Administration announced its readiness to assist China in the investigation of the crash of the Boeing 737 airliner.

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Burnt identification cards, wallets and other belongings of passengers were found at the crash site. The mountainous terrain creates great difficulties for search work.

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