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The second flight recorder has been recovered from the site where an Armenian Airbus crashed into the Black Sea May 3
The second flight recorder has been recovered from the site where an Armenian Airbus crashed into the Black Sea May 3, a Transport Ministry official said Wednesday. Svetlana Kryshtanovskaya, a spokesperson for the ministry, said the second black box, which recorded flight data and had been thought to be lying 3-5 meters (10-16 feet) away from the first one, was actually located 16 meters (about 40 feet) from the first recorder and was buried deeper in silt. Rescue teams Monday recovered the first black box, which recorded conversations between the plane's pilot and crew. A special intergovernmental investigation committee will be set up to decipher the flight data from the plane, an air safety official said. The airliner, operated by Armenia's Armavia, crashed while flying from the Armenian capital, Yerevan, in stormy weather 6 kilometers (3.7 miles) from Russia's Adler airport, which services the popular resort of Sochi.
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