Flight MH17 crash investigation continues

The investigation into the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crash in eastern Ukraine, led by the Dutch Safety Board, continues in The Hague.

The team has relocated to The Hague to continue its work, Xinhua reported.

In recent weeks, an international team of around 25 aircraft accident investigators collected as much information as possible in Ukraine.

The team’s efforts will initially focus on the report of preliminary findings which the board aims to publish in a few weeks’ time.

The report will contain the first factual findings arising from the investigation based on various sources such as the cockpit voice recorder and the flight data recorder, air traffic control data, radar and satellite images.

This data is currently being compared and will subsequently be analysed. Due to the changed safety situation at the crash site it is not clear whether the data can be supplemented with further investigation at the site.


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