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2nd flight recorder recovered from Russia military plane crash site



2nd flight recorder recovered from Russia military plane crash site

Rescue and search officials have stumbled upon the second flight recorder (Black box) of the ill-fated Russian military plane that crashed into the Black Sea on Christmas Day.

A day before, the first flight recorder was found and after experts analyzed its data, seeking to identify the cause of the crash, it was established that a combination of pilot and mechanical errors are to blame for the unfortunate crash.

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The discovery of the second flight recorder is expected to throw more light into the cause of the unfortunate incident which saw the plane crash into the Black Sea early Sunday, two minutes after taking off in good weather from the city of Sochi.

The military plane which was heading to Syria before it plunged into the Black Sea was carrying 92 people, including dozens of Red Army Choir singers, dancers and orchestra members.



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