Plane crash in Nepal: “black boxes” sent for examination in Singapore

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 Plane crash in Nepal: "black boxes" sent for examination to Singapore

The “black boxes” found after the plane crash in Nepal will be sent to Singapore for analysis to determine the cause of the plane crash, which killed all 72 people on board.
< br /> Associated Press reports.

Both the flight data recorder and cockpit voice recorder will be tested by experts in Singapore.

The black boxes were originally supposed to be delivered to France, where the aircraft was manufactured, but now the Nepalese authorities are planning to send recording devices to Singapore.

A committee formed by the government is still investigating the cause of the Yeti Airline plane crash.

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