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Voice recorder of ill-fated EgyptAir confirms pilot tried to put out a fire 



Voice recorder of ill-fated EgyptAir confirms pilot tried to put out a fire

Investigators have revealed that the repaired voice recorder of the ill-fated EgyptAir flight confirms that there was fire on board the plane.

 They however say more time is needed to reach a definite conclusion as to the cause of the crash.
After analysing a recovered cockpit voice recorder, it confirmed that the pilot aboard the flight tried to put out a fire on board the plane that crashed into the Mediterranean Sea two months ago.
The recordings were consistent with data previously recovered from the wreckage that showed heat, fire, and smoke around a bathroom and the avionics area – the part of a plane that houses electronic equipment.
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