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Black boxes found after crash in Moscow

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MOSCOW – After the crash of a Russian plane with 71 people on board the search and rescue both black boxes found. One has slight damage, said the authorities Monday. The researchers, the data could, however, be read, according to news agency Interfax.

Sunday collapsed the plane of the Russian airline Saratov a few minutes after take-off from Domodedovo airport in Moscow down. None of the occupants survived the accident. As possible reasons mentioned researchers initially human errors or adverse weather. The plane was on the way to the town of Orsk, near the border with Kazakhstan, and about 1500 kilometers from Moscow.

Rescue workers throughout the night continued with the search of the area where the Russian aircraft landed. They hope among the wreckage, among more clues to find the cause of the accident.

The winter conditions complicate the surgery. It can take days before the vast area of wreckage is combed, let the research team know. More than five hundred people to the remote area, sent to the scene of the accident to search.

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