The search for the plane that was transporting the Argentine footballer Emiliano Sala and that disappeared on Monday night near the Island of Guernsey, in the English Channel.
Police on the French island suspended search and rescue operations on Tuesday because of the lack of light, but today announced that "two planes had taken off to search in a specific area" where authorities believe that There is "a better chance of finding something based on tide and meteorology analysis".
In addition, Guernsey police noted on their Twitter account that they are supported "in four possibilities" on what may have happened: That the plane has landed elsewhere, but Sala and the pilot can not contact, that the plane made a The two men were picked up by a boat without being able to contact each other, that they had dived and taken refuge in a life raft or that the plane broke when they were in contact with the water and were in the sea. Of the four options, the operator focuses on the third and therefore combs the area in search of the liferaft.
The authorities of that island are looking for it since then although they have already assured that, given the low temperatures of the water, there is little hope of finding survivors