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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Warsaw called the place of the explosion on Board the Tu-154 Kaczynski

The Polish governmental Commission investigating the cause of the crash of the governmental Tu-154 in April 2010, announced the re-explosion on Board the ship. However, this time in Warsaw called specific location in the plane, where supposedly there was an explosion.

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As reported on Wednesday, August 9, the press service of the sub-Commission, the explosion occurred in the left wing of the aircraft. This supposedly will create a destruction on the wing, reports TASS.

In addition, in Warsaw reported that the site was allegedly found traces of explosives.

In April this year, the Commission has previously stated that the plane of President Lech Kaczynski may have been destroyed in the explosion. Allegedly, the plane began to disintegrate in the air before colliding with a tree near the runway.

Earlier, the Polish authorities have already filed charges against two Russian air traffic controllers who allegedly failed to prevent the crash. Moscow has rejected the charges.

Disaster, recall, occurred on 10 April 2010. The result of the crash killed all on Board were 96 people.


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