The Air Accident Investigation Branch (AAIB) announced this Wednesday at midnight the recovery of the body found last Monday between the wreckage of the plane Sinister in which the Argentine footballer Emiliano Sala and his pilot were traveling.
According to Sky News reports from England, citing the AAIB, the body was recovered, with much difficulty, from the wreckage of the plane. The aircraft ffound on Sunday at the bottom of the sea of the English Channel, on the island of Guernsey.
To recover the body, remote vehicles were used in "very adverse conditions", and will be transferred to the Isle of Portland where they will proceed to its analysis to try to clarify something more about what happened and if it is the lifeless body of Sala or the pilot David Ibbotson.
In addition, the AAIB reported that for the time being they have been unable to recover the wreckage due to bad weather conditions. The Piper Malibu disappeared from the radar screens the night of January 21 at 2,300 feet after requesting his descent when passing through Guernsey.