A crash site of the Boeing 737-800 passenger airliner at the airport of Rostov-on-Don is being additionally examined, the spokesman of the Russian Emergencies Ministry told RIA Novosti.
The emergency teams further examine the territory for the presence of body fragments, reported the Ministry.
Currently, the crash site is being examined by more than 840 people and 170 units of equipment, including 610 people and 90 pieces of equipment from the Russian Emergencies Ministry.
By the morning of March, 20 the rescuers have examined a 10 ha area, finding reminder of 183 dead bodies and two flight recorders.
The FlyDubai Boeing 737-800, coming from Dubai, crashed near the Russian city of Rostov-on-Don on the night of March 19 killing all 55 passengers and 7 crew members aboard. The crash might have been caused by poor weather conditionss.
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