Friday, May 6, 2011

Found the first body of Rio-Paris plane crashed with 228 passengers

The first body of an occupant of the aircraft company Airbus Air France covering the line between Rio de Janeiro and Paris, which crashed in June 2009, was found today, confirmed to the French Gendarmerie, in charge of your search. He said that the body was hoisted to the surface and which is still fastened to his seat and in a state of decomposition, after nearly two years at a depth of 3,900 meters.

The remains were analyzed on board and will be transferred Paris next week for a possible identification, he added. On Wednesday began the recovery operation of the bodies in the Atlantic two years of the tragic plane crash shortly after takeoff from Rio de Janeiro. Air France and Airbus has been charged with manslaughter by the disaster.

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