The black boxes that are used to unravel the cause of air accidents, are both found after a crash in Iran that claimed the lives of 176 people.
It informs the iranian tv according to the news agency Reuters.
An iranian official is quoted as saying that both boxes are damaged, but it is expected that there still may pull the data out of them.
the Crash happened with a Ukrainian Boeing aircraft near Iran's capital, Tehran.
The american Boeing-the manufacturer shall not, however, expect to get hold of the black boxes. It says the head of Iran's civil aviation authority, Ali Abedzadeh, according to the iranian news agency Mehr, writes news agency AFP.
- We will not give the black boxes to the manufacturer and the americans.
- It is not yet fixed, which country will have handed over the black boxes to the investigation, says Ali Abedzadeh.
112 - 8. jan. 2020 - pm. 11:48 Ukraine rejects: the Crash is not due to engine failure
He adds that according to international aviation rules the country where a plane crashes, the right to conduct the investigation.
- This accident will be investigated to Iran's aviation authorities, but the ukrainians can also be present during the investigation says.
There were many international passengers on the crashed aircraft.
in addition to the 82 iranian passengers was 63 canadians, 11 ukrainians, ten swedes, four afghans, three German and three britons on board.
112 - 8. jan. 2020 - pm. 06:09 Airliner with 176 on board has crashed in Iran
the Crash happened, a few hours after Iran attacked two military bases in Iraq. The one base housed both u.s. and Danish soldiers.
It was an iranian response to the US's killing of the powerful iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani Friday of last week.
Immediately after the attack announced the Ukraine's embassy to Iran, to a engine failure and not an attack - were to blame in the crash.
The opinion has since been withdrawn. There was not an official announcement, stressed the Ukraine's embassy.
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