The preliminary report of the Malaysia Airline plane MH7, which crashed in Ukraine on July 17, suggest an external impact with the aircraft. The dutch preliminary report said:
“A large number of high-energy objects that penetrated the aircraft from outside.”
The final report is expected to be ready in mid of 2015. The Netherlands are running a separate investigations and in the past Russia suggest the possibility of the aircraft being shot down from the air. The Dutch investigation, until the moment, discard this theory.
The investigations are being hard to conduct because the area of the crash is a war zone. There are still remains of the airplane, including a wing and pieces of the carriage on the ground. The residents of the neighborhood leave flowers in the area to honor the victims.
The U.S. government suggests that the aircraft was destroyed by Russian rebel groups, but the group and the Russian premier, Vladimir Putin, blames the Ukraine forces.
Featured image via Malaysia Airline
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