Cockpit voice recorder of PIA's crashed plane recovered

Cockpit voice recorder of PIA’s crashed plane recovered

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Karachi: Airbus ’French experts visited the scene on the third day, the Pakistan International Airlines plane crashed and continued to investigate.

The investigation team used the latest technical equipment to interrogate the case through forensic medicine.

The source revealed that the flight data recorder (FDR) will be sent to France for decoding. Today, the cockpit voice recorder (CVR) was recovered from the debris.

The mission of the investigation team is to inspect the affected buildings to restore the CVR, and obtain the safety and vigilance services of the PIA Engineering Technical Ground Force and the Civil Aviation Administration (CAA).

Airbus experts will continue to investigate from the crash zone to the runway and collect further evidence from the wreckage. Foreign experts will also be briefed at the Civil Aviation Headquarters and PIA Headquarters.

As we all know, on Friday, a PIA plane crashed in Karachi, killing nearly 100 people on board, at least 97 people were killed and dozens were injured.

The PIA aircraft nearly landed when it fell between houses, causing an explosion and killing several people on the ground.

National Airlines flight PK-8303 took off from the Alama Iqbal International Airport in Lahore and crashed in the Model Colony area of ​​Mariel, about 4 kilometers from the airport.

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