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MOSCOW, July 6 (Itar-Tass) - The voice recorder is found at the Mi-8 helicopter crash site in Yakutia, a spokeswoman for the Russian Investigative Department's East Siberian regional transport investigation department told Itar-Tass.
During the examination of the site, investigators found the MS-61 voice recorder and its four cassettes, and they are handed over to Interstate Aviation Committee specialists, she said.
The other flight recorder was found on Friday.
The examination of the site in the Ust-Yansk district is completed for this Saturday.
Six victims are identified, and their bodies are handed over to relatives for burial. A genetic examination will be conducted to identify the remains of the bodies of the other victims, the spokeswoman said.
The M-8 helicopter of Yakutia's Polar Airlines, which was on a flight from the settlement of Deputatsky to Kazachye, made a hard landing in a remote area on July 2. Twenty eight people were aboard. Four survived -- three crewmembers and a 17-year-old youth. The rest died.