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Divers Recover Cockpit Voice Recorder From Lion Air Plane Crash

Newsy Monday, 14 January 2019
Divers Recover Cockpit Voice Recorder From Lion Air Plane CrashWatch VideoThe cockpit voice recorder from the Lion Air plane that crashed late last year has been found.

Officials told reporters Monday Indonesian Navy divers recovered the device not too far from the crash site in the Java Sea.

The new Boeing 737 MAX crashed into the sea Oct. 29 just minutes after takeoff, killing all...
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The plane crashed into the sea Oct. 29 after pilots struggled with the aircraft&apos;s automatic stall-prevention system.

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