Elmina plane crash: Cockpit voice recorder found

Situation at the plane crash area in Elmina. — IZZRAFIQ ALIAS/The Star

SHAH ALAM: The cockpit voice recorder has been recovered from the plane that crashed at the Elmina Township here.

Selangor police chief Comm Datuk Hussein Omar Khan said the Air Accident Investigation Bureau has collected the device and sent it for analysis.

"We have also found 10 bodies and five body parts.

"This means we have completed our search for the victims.

"The bodies and body parts will be sent to the Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital at Klang for post-mortem," he told reporters at the scene.

He said they will conduct a second search of the area to see if they have missed any body parts during the initial search.

Comm Hussein said they will also be searching the site for the flight data recorder.

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