‘Sound of explosion’ can be heard on black box of doomed Russian jet: French media interview with anonymous investigator rules out engine failure

Saturday, November 7, 2015
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By MATT CHORLEY
DailyMail.com
7 November 2015

The sound of an explosion can be heard on the black box recorder of the downed Russian jet, according to reports in the French media.

The sound of an explosion could be heard on the flight data recorders, French TV station France 2 reported.

An investigator with access to the devices ruled out the possibility it was the result of an engine failure, saying the noise was not consistent.

It came after an unnamed source reportedly linked to the investigation into the black boxes claimed the Metrojet flight was ‘definitely’ blown up by an explosive device.

The claims were reported by French news magazine Le Point, which said the findings emerged after analysis of the black boxes by Russian, French, German and Irish investigators in Cairo.

The Russian President’s U-turn came after a 10-minute phone call with Mr Cameron where he suggested Britain’s decision to ban flights to and from Sharm el-Sheikh was premature.

Despite the tension between the two leaders, the Prime Minister still shared British intelligence he believes proves the disaster in Eqypt which killed 224 people on Saturday was caused by an explosion.

But Mr Cameron’s call may have worked as Russian President Vladimir Putin has now suspended all passenger flights to Egypt on the advice of his top spy.

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