MOSCOW - The second black box of the Russian military plane Sunday in the Black Sea crashed, has been found. The Russian Sputnik news reported this Wednesday. The first box of flight data was already traced.
Researchers had previously informed that the crash was possible due to a technical failure or pilot error. The device contained no traces of explosives were found. As for salvage not the authorities broke up an attack.
The plane crashed shortly after take off from the airport of Sochi. All 92 occupants of the plane were killed. On board the Tupolev-154 included dozens of members of the Alexandrov Ensemble, a famous choir of the Russian army that would occur in the run-up to New Year for Russian troops in Syria. A well-known doctor, Elizaveta Glinka, who belongs to the Human Rights Advisory Council President Vladimir Putin, was in the unit.