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MOSCOW, November 4. /TASS/. Russian rescuers have recovered a child’s body and victims’ remains while inspecting large parts of the fuselage of the Russian A321 plane that crashed over the Sinai Peninsula on Saturday, the head of the Russian Emergencies Ministry’s operative team in Sinai told TASS by phone on Wednesday.
"When the Russian Emergencies Ministry’s rescuers were inspecting additionally the fuselage nose section with the help of hydraulic tools, they recovered a body of, presumably, a child and also some remains," Aleksandr Agafonov said clarifying that earlier the rescuers had no opportunity to inspect thoroughly that part of the plane as Egyptian experts and specialists of the Interstate Aviation Committee in charge of the probe into the plane crash had been dealing with it."
"The rescuers are using drones to survey the areas with large fragments of the plane tail and to photograph areas as they are scattered over a wide distance," he said adding that then the rescuers headed to those areas to inspect those objects thoroughly.