The Latest: Russia starts to investigate Black Sea moody recorder

December 27, 2016 - photo frame

The Latest on a pile-up of a Russian troops craft in a Black Sea (all times local):

3:50 p.m.

Russia’s ride apportion says investigators have begun to investigate one of a moody recorders from a craft that crashed into a Black Sea though says it’s still “too early to speak” about what caused a crash.

All 92 people onboard a Russian troops Tu-154 craft are believed to have died in Sunday’s pile-up shortly after takeoff from a southern Russian city of Sochi.

Rescue workers early Tuesday found one of a moody recorders on a sea bed about a mile divided from a shore.

Transport Minister Maxim Sokolov told Russian news agencies after Tuesday that a investigators study one of a moody recorders have no information nonetheless indicating to one only one speculation about a cause.

Sokolov repeated, however, that Russian authorities have no information that would make them to trust it competence have been a apprehension conflict and they saw no probable confidence crack during Sochi’s Adler airport.

2:10 p.m.

Russia’s invulnerability method says a moody recorder of a Russian jet that crashed into a Black Sea on Sunday has not been severely damaged.

Rescue workers early on Tuesday found one of a moody recorders on a sea bed about a mile divided from a shore. All 92 people aboard a Syria-bound craft are believed to have died when it crashed dual mins after holding off from a southern Russian city of Sochi on Sunday.

The invulnerability method pronounced in a matter on Tuesday that a moody recorder, that has been flown to a method lab outward Moscow, did not means substantial damage. The method says experts will need to purify a black box in strong H2O before they start to collect information from it.

12:45 p.m.

A flashy Russian exam commander says investigators could collect information from a moody recorder found during a stage of Sunday’s craft pile-up after on Tuesday.

Magomed Tolboyev told a Interfax news group that investigators could collect a initial information from a Russian military’s Tu-154 by a finish of a day.

All 92 people aboard a craft are believed to have died Sunday morning when it crashed dual mins after holding off from a southern Russian city of Sochi.

The invulnerability method pronounced progressing on Tuesday that rescue workers found one of a black boxes in a Black Sea hours before emergence and that it has been flown to Moscow for evident inspection.

9:45 a.m.

Russia’s invulnerability method says rescue teams have found a moody recorder from a craft that crashed into a Black Sea over a weekend.

The method pronounced in a matter that a moody recorder was found a mile from a seaside early Tuesday morning. State radio showed footage of rescue workers on an inflatable vessel carrying a enclosure with a splendid orange intent lonesome in water.

All 92 people aboard a Russian military’s Tu-154 craft are believed to have died Sunday morning when it crashed dual mins after holding off from a southern Russian city of Sochi.

The 84 passengers enclosed dozens of singers from Russia’s world-famous troops choir who were going to Russia’s bottom in Syria to perform during a New Year’s concert.

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