Investigators start studying Ethiopia jet cockpit recorder

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Investigators start studying Ethiopia jet cockpit recorder

According to Reuters, investigators hunting for the cause of the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines plane that killed all 157 people on board have begun studying the cockpit voice recorder.

Experts say it is too soon to know what brought down the Boeing 737 MAX 8 on March 10.

A spokesman for the BEA agency said downloading the data from the recorder retrieved from wreckage was expected to take four to five hours.

A photo showed the recorder intact but dented by the impact of the plane’s crash.

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