Dutch News

17 November 2014

The Dutch Safety Board states that the recovery of wreckage of flight MH17 went well today and that the team was able to work as planned. When the conditions allow it, the recovery will be continued tomorrow. The recovery could be completed in about five days when the conditions stay similar.

For the second successive day there has been taken wreckage of the crash site for the investigating into the cause of the crash. Among others the tail section of the aircraft was recovered today. The recovered wreckage was again brought back to Torez and loaded onto rail wagons. Later on the wreckage will be transported by train to Kharkov.

When the conditions allows it, the recovery will be continued tomorrow. When the conditions stay similar, the recovery could be completed in about five days. The Dutch Safety Board has commissioned the recovery of the wreckage for the investigation into the cause of the crash of flight MH17. This includes a (partial) reconstruction of the aircraft.


Source: Dutch Safety Board





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