The Russian Airbus A321 which crashed in Egypt Saturday killing 224 broke into pieces midair, but it is still too early to determine the cause, Interstate Aviation Committee (MAK) said Sunday.
“It is too early to draw conclusions,” MAK executive director Viktor Sorochenko said. “Disintegration of the fuselage took place in the air, and the fragments are scattered around a large area [about 20 square kilometers]”, the official added.
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