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An-26 plane crash: Experts compare data from black boxes, - source

Source : 112 Ukraine

Another source claims that the black boxes have already been deciphered
12:52, 2 October 2020

An-26 plane crash in Kharkiv region
Reuters

Specialists of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine are currently comparing the data from the black boxes of the An-26 plane that crashed near Chuhuiv. This was reported by a source in law enforcement agencies, Ukrainian News reports.

It is noted that information on the decryption of the black boxes of the An-26 aircraft was commented on by two sources. The first one stated that the on-board recorders had already been deciphered, and the second source said that the process of comparing the data from them was underway.

Related: 2020 Chuhuiv An-26 crash: How riskful is using long lifer planes?

As we reported earlier, on September 25, at about 20:50 near the military airport of Chuhuiv, Kharkiv region, a military aircraft AN-26 fell and caught fire.

Rescue work was carried out by 70 people of the State Emergency Situations Service. According to preliminary estimates of flight safety specialists, one of the sensors in the left engine of the aircraft failed.
 
As of now, the investigative bodies are considering several different versions of the crash. The Minister of Strategic Industries of Ukraine Oleh Urusky stated that the accident could have been caused by technical malfunctions and human factors.
 
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