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A lot more than 100 pieces of debris from EgyptAir Flight 804, which crashed into the Mediterranean Sea, has been located and reported to Egyptian officials, the U.S. Navy stated now. "The U.S. Navy P-3s continued to support the search effort with two missions...

U.S. Navy Finds Much more Than one hundred Pieces of EgyptAir Debris

A lot more than 100 pieces of debris from EgyptAir Flight 804, which crashed into the Mediterranean Sea, has been located and reported to Egyptian officials, the U.S. Navy stated now. "The U.S. Navy P-3s continued to support the search effort with two missions...

U.S. Navy Finds Much more Than one hundred Pieces of EgyptAir Debris

A lot more than 100 pieces of debris from EgyptAir Flight 804, which crashed into the Mediterranean Sea, has been located and reported to Egyptian officials, the U.S. Navy stated now.

"The U.S. Navy P-3s continued to support the search effort with two missions from NAS Sigonella," the U.S. Navy stated in a statement updating its operation to support find the plane. "Whilst on station the initial aircraft coordinated its search efforts with an Egyptian navy. Whilst on station the second aircrew positioned a significant debris with more than 100 pieces of debris they had been in a position to positively determine as aircraft debris. The location and description of all debris was passed to the Egyptian Navy."

P-3s refer to a kind of 4-engine maritime surveillance aircraft.

The Egyptian navy is top the search, but the U.S. Navy is giving assistance.

Egypt’s civil aviation minister, Sherif Fathi, told reporters right now that the black boxes had however to be recovered.

"We have not recovered them yet," Fathi mentioned. "Nothing new considering the fact that yesterday. We have been recovering wreckage, we have been recovering human remains and other parts of the plane."

Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi stated earlier these days that a submarine belonging to his country's Oil Ministry was headed to the crash website to search for flight and voice recorders, also known as black boxes.

He said Egypt was jointly investigating the Thursday crash with the French government.

"It is incredibly, pretty important to us to establish the circumstances that led to the crash of that aircraft," he stated in comments broadcast live on Egyptian Television channels.

He mentioned the submarine, which has the capacity to operate at a depth of 9,842 feet, left for the web page Sunday. He gave no further information.

Producing his very first public comments given that the crash of the Airbus A320 even though en route from Paris to Cairo, el-Sisi mentioned it "will take time" to determine the precise lead to of the crash, which killed all 66 persons on board.

He thanked the nations that have joined Egyptian navy ships and aircraft in the search for the wreckage and started his comments to the press by major a moment of silence in memory of the victims.

Later, El-Sisi cautioned the media against premature speculation on the cause of the crash, saying that "all scenarios are attainable".

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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