EgyptAir Flight wreckage found, search vessel sent home

The Egyptian government reports that crews found wreckage from EgyptAir Flight 804 Wednesday. The jet crashed into the Mediterranean Sea last month. Pictures of that wreckage were shown to an Egyptian Investigative Committee.

Now crews will focus on finding the flight data and cockpit voice recorders. These could reveal evidence about what caused the crash. Once they’re found, the black boxes will be brought to Egypt for analysis.

The French naval ship that picked up distress signals from the jet is on its way home this morning.

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