Black box found from Boeing passenger jet that crashed in China: State media

Paramilitary police officers conduct a search at the site of a China Eastern Airlines plane crash in March 2022 in Tengxian county, Wuzhou city, in China’s southern Guangxi region.

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BEIJING – One of two black boxes containing data from Monday’s China Eastern Airlines plane crash has been found, Chinese state media said Wednesday.

The black boxes are the technical equipment on airplanes that could reveal reasons for the crash.

Rescue workers have not found any survivors from this week’s crash, authorities said late Tuesday.

A Boeing 737-800 flight carrying 132 people nosedived Monday afternoon in a rural, mountainous part of the southern region of Guangxi. Authorities have not confirmed any fatalities or shared why the crash happened.


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