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Exclusive-U.S. NTSB assisting in download of cockpit voice recorder in China March 21 crash -Breaking

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© Reuters. FILE PHOTO : A rescue team works at the crash site of a Boeing 737-800 China Eastern Airlines plane, flying from Kunming into Guangzhou. It was located in Wuzhou (Guangxi ZhuangAutonomous Region), China. March 24, 2022. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins//File Photo

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WASHINGTON (Reuters] – Friday’s late confirmation by the National Transportation Safety Board was that the pilot voice recorder of a China Eastern Airlines Boeing (NYSE::) 737-801 aircraft (NYSE::) crashed on March 21 and is currently at the U.S. Agency’s Washington lab.

A NTSB spokesperson told Reuters the U.S. is helping the Civil Aviation Administration of China to download the cockpit voice recorder of China Eastern Flight 5735 into our Washington lab.”

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