A Ukrainian passenger plane crashed in Iran without surviving: Iran allegedly won't hand over two black boxes to Boeing
Overseas website, January 9th. Iranian investigators said that two "black boxes" containing flight data and cockpit communication records of a passenger plane crashed by Ukraine International Airlines in Iran had been damaged, and some memory storage was lost.
According to the US NBC News report, after finding the "black box" of the crashed aircraft, Iran rejected the United States and Boeing to join the investigation. The investigation was led by Iran, and a preliminary report of the crash was released on the morning of the 9th. Instead of using the radio to report emergencies and calling for help, personnel attempted to return to Khomeini International Airport in Tehran. In addition, two "black boxes" were damaged in the accident, and some memory storage was lost.
On the 8th local time, a Boeing 737 from Ukraine International Airlines crashed shortly after taking off from the Iranian capital Tehran Khomeini International Airport. All 176 people on board (167 passengers and 9 crew members) were killed.
The Ukrainian ambassador to Iran issued news on the 8th that the crash of the passenger plane was caused by an engine failure, not a terrorist attack. However, the Uzbek embassy updated the news later on the 8th, saying that the cause of the accident needs further investigation. Ukrainian President Zelensky urged people to refrain from conspiracy theories about the crash.
On the 9th, the Ukrainian Security Commission stated that missile attacks, terrorist attacks, and engine explosions due to technical failures were the main reasons for the Boeing 737 crash in Iran. (Overseas network love tie big) Back to Sohu, see more