Officials claim that the "human remains" were restored, from where a cargo aircraft carrying at least 3 people crashed into the bay of Texas on Saturday. The cargo jet dives the "nose at first" to the Trinity Gulf near Anauhua, Texas, about 12:45. , unfortunately, found some remnants, "Hawthorne told reporters at the closing press conference of the day. He said recovery would be resumed in the morning
" I'll tell you that I do not believe that anyone could survive. "
Flight 3591, managed by Atlas Air Inc., lost its radar and radio links when it was about 30 miles southeast of Houst at George W. Bush Intercontinental Airport, which prompted the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to alert.
"Laugh say it's likely to be mechanical, "said Hawthorne on a possible cause. The mentioned restorers parts of the aircraft, its black box containing flight data records and any remaining people on board will be difficult in the dirty marshy terrain.
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Coast Guard has sent boats and at least one helicopter to help with search and rescue work. The Texas Department of Public Security is expected to send a dual-command recovery aircraft black box that can provide vital hints of bringing the plane down. 1