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Investigators begin study of Ethiopian jet's cockpit recorder

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Investigators in France have begun studying the cockpit voice recorder of an Ethiopian Airways plane that crashed last week, BEA air accident investigation agency said.

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Downloading the data was expected to take four to five hours, the spokesman said. The BEA issued a photo showing the cockpit voice recorder dented but intact.

Once successfully recovered, the data should help provide answers to why the Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft hurtled into the ground minutes after take off last Sunday from Addis Ababa, killing 157 people.

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