Friday, May 6, 2011

France recovers the body of the fund first Atlantic flight to Paris River

Rescue teams have brought to the surface the first of the bodies that remain within the Air France plane crash in 2009 at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean en route to Rio de Janeiro-Paris, which killed 228 passengers, as reported by French news agency AFP. As has been able to confirm the editor of La Vanguardia.

sources is investigating the cause of the accident (BEA, its acronym in French) in Paris, the rescue of the remains of bodies that remain inside the crashed Airbus flight AF447 will continue in the coming days to to be drawn to the surface all the human remains, according to government sources have confirmed French.

The rescue is done through a number of robots and unmanned bathyscaphe to 3,900 meters deep. French rescue teams are trying to recover remains of passengers and crew of Air France Airbus which crashed into the Atlantic Ocean off Brazil two years ago. A robot will be sent to 3,900 feet deep into a plain of the Atlantic and try to revive one of the bodies.

In recent days, workers have recovered the black boxes of Air France. Researchers have found human remains among the parts of the fuselage of the A330-200 cockpit found yesterday in Brazilian waters during the fourth phase of search to locate the black boxes of Air France when it fell into the Atlantic on the route Rio de Janeiro "Paris on June 1, 2009.

In the crash of Flight AF447 killed 228 of 32 different nationalities, including 61 French and 58 Brazilians. As reported by French daily La Tribune, the French Minister for Ecology and Transportation, Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet, said that "the plane did not explode" because they have found remains intact cabin unit, where "there are bodies inside," one of them "recognizable." The Minister, as Secretary of State for Transport, Thierry Mariani, have refused to make public the number of bodies found in the wreckage of the fuselage because the data "saved for the families of the victims", as indicated by Mariani , for whom the discovery of the remains has been "a surprise." For its part, Air France has described as "very good news," the finding of a section of the fuselage as it gives hope to gather information to clarify the causes of the crash.

The head of the airline, Pierre-Henri Gourgeon, thanked the French authorities has been continued with the investigation which has been allocated "unprecedented resources" as well as all the teams participating in it, such as the hallucinations ship's equipment, and all who contribute to recover the black boxes.

The fourth phase of the technical investigation began on March 25 off the coast of Brazil, and is the shipping 'hallucinations' which has approached the crash site for registration. When the bodies are recovered and analyzed the information contained in the two black boxes recovered from the seabed, the French experts hope to solve at least six months, the mystery of how and why the plane crashed that killed 228 people .

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