They find remains of Emiliano Salas' plane on a beach

They find remains of Emiliano Salas' plane on a beach

Remains of a plane that may belong to the one that was transporting the Argentine soccer player Emiliano Sala when he disappeared on the 23rd were found on Wednesday in a beach in Normandy, in the northwest of France, confirmed sources of the investigation.

Is about two cushions of airplane seats found on a beach in Normandy that according to the first investigations they can belong to the Piper PA-46 Malibu he missed the radars when he was traveling from Nantes to Cardiff with Sala and a pilot on board.

The Air Accident Investigation Department of the United Kingdom (AAIB) announced that it will carry out a Underwater search to find the Argentine footballer.

The AAIB has identified an area in the sea where the search will begin, which, due to weather conditions and the state of the sea, will not be able to start until the end of this week.

A spokesman for the AAIB confirmed to English media that the search will last three days.

The plane in which Sala and the pilot David Ibbotson were traveling disappeared on January 21 when it was flying over the English Channel.

The police suspended the search of the aircraft and the two occupants last week after several days without any trace.

The family of Sala has launched a crowdfunding initiative to raise funds to help continue the search for Sala, who was signed by Cardiff, from French Nantes, in exchange for 16 million euros.

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