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Comoros announces Yemenia plane black boxes damaged

[05/September/2009] PARIS, Sep. 05 (Saba) - Head of the Comorian side announced here on Saturday that memories of the two black boxes of the Yemenia Airbus A310 jetliner, was flying from Yemen to the Comoros Islands, had been damaged. Talking to media, the Comorian official, head of the Yemeni, French and Comorian joint committee for investigating the Yemeni plane which crashed off the coast of the Comoros, said that after opening the records and drying the memories the investigations revealed the damages of these two memories during the crash incident. The committee started on August 31 to read the plan's two records in the investigations headquarters and in the presence of the committee's members, he added. The committee's head mentioned that the committee now is to extract data, affirming it is not possible to present any explanation of the cause of the crash till now. The Yemeni Higher Committee for Aviation Incidents follow-up made clear on Tuesday that a number of specialized technicians coming from the USA representing the black boxes' manufacturing company are to arrive to France to prepare the damages. An official source in the joint committee told Saba that a representative from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and another from the US manufacturing company of the crashed plane's engines will participate with the Yemeni, French and Comorian joint committee's investigations. It is worth to mention that the Yemenia Airways Airbus A310 jetliner flying from Yemen to the Comoros Islands with 153 people on board crashed last June off the coast of Moroni Islands after hitting bad weather. The accidents caused the death of 152 passengers and left only one survivor of a 14-year-old girl.

 


 



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