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Body recovered from Emiliano Sala’s plane wreckage



AUTHORITIES have recovered a body from the seabed wreckage of a plane that was carrying soccer player, Emiliano Sala and his pilot.

However, British air accident investigators have yet to say whether the body was that of Sala, who had just signed for Premier League club, Cardiff, or pilot David Ibbotson. They were the only two people onboard the small aircraft that disappeared from radar over the English Channel last month.
The Air Accident Investigation Branch says the body was recovered in “challenging conditions” with the “operation was carried out in a dignified way as possible and the families were kept informed of progress.”
The body will be handed over to a coroner, and police are expected to provide a confirmed identity of the body after a full examination.
Investigators have not been able to recover the aircraft which was flying from Nantes to Cardiff after Sala transferred from the French city’s team to the Welsh capital’s Premier League club. However, the AAIB says that video from a remote underwater vehicle “is expected to provide valuable evidence for our safety investigation.”

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