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Rescuers expect to receive Monday images of objects believed to be the flight recorders of an Armenian Airbus A-320 airliner
Rescuers expect to receive Monday images of objects believed to be the flight recorders of an Armenian Airbus A-320 airliner that crashed off Russia's Black Sea coast last week, killing all 113 people on board. A rescue worker said experts had obtained hydroacoustic data using a new Kalmar deep-sea search vehicle working at the scene to locate pieces of the wreckage and the flight recorders, which are key to identifying the cause of the tragedy. "Several objects have been found with the same coordinates as the radio signals picked up by French experts, believed to be coming from the flight recorders," the rescuer said. "If these objects are the black boxes, we will try to retrieve them." He said experts had established that the objects were at a depth of around 400-450 meters (about 1,470 feet). Experts earlier said the plane parts had been discovered at a depth of 680 meters (2,230 feet) and were skeptical over the possibility of retrieving them from thick sulfuric hydride sludge on the seabed.
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