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Bhoja Airplane's voice recorder to be sent to US in coming days.

ISLAMABAD -- Chief investigation officer of Bhoja Air crash investigation team has said that voice recorder of the crashed airliner is in the custody of the CAA and it would be sent to the US in coming days.

While rejecting the news about the voice recorder's condition, the head of investigation team, Mujahid-ul-Islam told media persons that the voice recorder of the crashed airplane is in safe condition and its seals were not opened at the time when it was handed over to the CAA by the CDA.

He said that the CDA informed the CAA in time after finding the voice recorder.

Chief investigation officer said that the chairman CDA informed the CAA officials just after the CDA and Rescue teams traced out the voice recorder, adding that the voice recorder was traced out with the help of sniffing dogs.
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Publication:The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)
Date:Apr 26, 2012
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