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relatives reach the site of the Ethiopian jet crash on Thursday , grief over the loss and frustration over how long it will take to identify the victims so severe was the impact the remains all just charred fragments from identification could take weeks or months , meanwhile the black boxes from the jets have arrived in France voice and data recordings from the Boeing seven three seven Max eight all set to be analyzed , investigators at this facility just outside Paris will try to determine why the jet crashed and if there's any connection to a crash involving the same model five months earlier in Indonesia there were no survivors in either incident which both took place just off to take off the Max I jet so now grounded almost worldwide panel Thursday became one of the lost major nations towards the move following a similar decision by the U. S. a day before , Boeing there is a loss at stake in Max eight is an update of its seven three seven line and its best selling product now production continues with headlines unlikely to accept and pay for planes little until out to fly analysts estimate that could cost Boeing up to two point five billion dollars a month in the late payments if it's found it full to the company could also face a welter of lawsuits from their lines affected by the destruction