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>> A flight data recorder or black box, starting to reveal details of the fate of EgyptAir Flight MS804. Investigators say the entire flight was recorded until it stopped at 37,000 feet over the Mediterranean, possibly brought down by fire. Egypt's Air Accident Investigation Committee saying smoke was detected on board and soot has been found on wreckage.
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The other black box, the cockpit voice recorder is still being repaired. It could reveal the pilot's last words and any cockpit alarms. The search continues for remains of the 66 people on board. Well no explanation for the cause of the crushes yet ruled out, suspicions increasingly turning to technical reasons.