Argentine footballer and his leader David Ibbotson disappeared from the radar more than a week ago.
DThe two-seater wreck on the French beach was "possible" from an airplane led by Argentine footballer Emiliano Sala, who had disappeared on Wednesday, Monday, January 21, over English.
" After the initial test, we concluded that it is possible that the pillows are missing from the missing airplane The Air Accident Investigation Bureau, Air Traffic Accident Investigation Unit (AAIB), stated in a statement. These remnants, some of which were discovered on Monday, were found at Surtainville City Beach, Manche. It is the Bureau of Investigation and Analysis (BEA), responsible for civil aviation safety in France, which sent this information to the AAIB. An area of about 13 square kilometers has been defined.
" Because of the weather and the sea, we predict that seabed research will begin at the weekend and will last up to three days. The AAIB said in a statement. " The side scan sonar equipment will be used to try to find a wreck on the seabed. If a wreck is found, a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) will be used for visual inspection of the wreck. "
While Emiliano Sala was accompanied by a private study, at the end of the relief operations, the AAIB explained that it was " working closely with the people involved About " increase
possibilities to find a wreck
The rescue operations coordinated by the Guernsey police were stopped on Thursday afternoon, police said the player and his pilot could survive. They had mobilized three planes, five helicopters and two lifeboats.
Emiliano Sala, 28, and David Ibbotson, a pilot, traveled on a single-engine Piper PA-46-310P Malibu, which on Monday, January 21 at 20:20 GMT (19:20 in France) disappeared from the radar. kilometers north of Guernsey.
Both men had left Nantes, where the striker had been playing until then, and he had to join Cardiff (Wales), the city of his new club, with whom he had just committed.