Egyptian President Says Submarine Sent to EgyptAir Crash Site

Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi on Sunday said an Egyptian submarine is made a beeline for the EgyptAir Flight 804 accident site to search for the cockpit voice and flight information recorders to figure out what brought on Thursday’s fiasco.

El-Sissi said it “will require significant investment” to make sense of what created the accident left each of the 66 individuals on board dreaded dead as it was going from Paris to Cairo, as per the Associated Press. “It is, critical to us to build up the circumstances that prompted the accident of that air ship,” he said live on Egyptian TV directs in his first open remarks subsequent to the catastrophe. “There is not one situation that we can only subscribe to … all situations are conceivable.”

The Airbus A320 plane slammed early Thursday morning in the Mediterranean Sea, close to the Greek island of Crete, after it had vanished from radar screens, authorities said. The plane staggered departed, then right, spun the distance around and plunged 38,000 feet into the ocean, the AP reports.