First video of EgyptAir plane debris
Life jackets, parts of seats and luggage were among items on display
The first photographs have emerged of debris of EgyptAir flight 804, which crashed into the Mediterranean on its way to Cairo from Paris, killing all 66 people on board.
The wreckage, much of which bares EgyptAir's logo, was posted on their Facebook page with the caption, "Side of the images found on the wreckage of the missing plane and some belongings of passengers."
They appear to show the heavily-damaged remains of plane seats, life jackets - one of which is seemingly undamaged - and a scrap of cloth that looks to be part of a baby's blanket or sleeping bag.
The pictures showed passenger belongings and parts of the plane which crashed into the Mediterranean on Thursday.
Life jackets, parts of seats and luggage were among items on display – the search has also reportedly recovered body parts.
For the moment, It remains unclear whether the aircraft’s all important black boxes’ have been located, despite some reports claiming they have. The search has also reportedly found body parts and luggage.
The main body of the plane and the two "black boxes" which show flight data and cockpit transmissions have not yet been located.
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