Saturday, October 31, 2015

100 bodies removed from Russian passenger jet that crashed in Egypt with 224 on board: 'Voices heard inside wreckage' as first responders discover bodies of children still strapped to their seats

  • The aircraft was reported missing 23 minutes after leaving the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh with 224 on board
  • The doomed jet was owned by an Irish company and leased to a Russian airline carrying tourists to St Petersburg
  •  Egyptian air crash investigators said the pilot had warned of a 'technical problem' shortly before the disaster 
  • The jet was plunging at more than 6,000 feet per minute as the pilot tried to land at el-Arish airport in northern Egypt
  • Crash scene investigators have already recovered one of the aircraft's two 'black boxes' from the disaster site 

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