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Thursday, May 19, 2011

Airline: 'There is still no evidence on what might have caused the accident'

Sol Líneas Aéreas have stated that so far “there is no available evidence on regards the probable causes of the accident” that caused the crash of flight 5428 in the Patagonian province of Río Negro close to Prahuaniyeu locality about 500 kilometers from Bariloche city.

In the official communiqué, the company plays down the first media rumours indicating that the plane might have suffered from icing as it considers this and some other trends like “fake and inaccurate.”  

“The company wants to inform that the accident will be investigated by the Accidents Board for the National Administration of Civic Aviation to determine the causes of the accident

Meanwhile, firefighters and police officers continue working in the wreckage area in order to recover all corpses.  

Sol Airlines President, Juan Nefineger, told to reporters that “there is still no hypothesis on what might have caused the accident.”

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