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>> Flight data recorders from an Air Egypt passenger jet that fell out of the sky have reportedly been located. CBS News reporting Saturday, an Egyptian government source says search crews pinpointed the black boxes from Flight 804 close to an area where debris, lifejackets, and human remains were found.
Egyptian media also reporting the development, but so far, there has been no official confirmation. The Egyptian air jet en route from Paris to Cairo sent a series of warnings indicating smoke had been detected on board shortly before it disappeared off radar screens over the Mediterranean Thursday. French investigators said the signal do not indicate what caused the smoke or fire on board the plane which went down with 66 passenger and crew.
The flight data recorders, if intact, could show whether this mid-air catastrophe was a mechanical failure, the result of human error or an act of terrorism. While the black boxes might offer answers to investigators, they'll likely provide little comfort to grief stricken friends and families of those missing, presumed dead.
Egypt's tourism sector still reeling after an onboard explosion took out a Russian airliner flying from Sharm el-Sheikh last October, killing 224 people. Islamic State took credit for the blast.