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Second China Northern Airlines flight recorder retrieved.


Salvage workers have reportedly recovered the second flight recorder from the China Northern Airlines aircraft that crashed on 7 May 2002.

The aircraft - a McDonnell-Douglas MD-82, carrying 103 passengers and nine crew members between Beijing and Dalian - crashed into the waters off northeastern China, killing all 112 people on board.

The flight data recorder was reportedly found at 1452 local time on Saturday (18 May). The workers had previously retrieved the aircraft's cockpit voice recorder last Tuesday (14 May), reported Reuters.

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Date:May 20, 2002
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