Cuban Minister of Transport, Adel Yzquierdo, informed today that the black boxes of the Boeing-737 aircraft of the Mexican company Damojh, which crashed on the Caribbean island on May 18, are being investigated in the United States.
'We still do not know the causes, because the black boxes are in the United States, three of our people are also working there to know the problems that the plane could have, and that can take months,' Yzquierdo stressed at the Havana Convention Center.
We will contact the families once again to explain some things they should know, said the minister when speaking in the permanent work commission of the National Assembly of People's Power (Parliament).
On May 18, a Boeing-737 aircraft of the Mexican company Damojh crashed at noon in Havana with 113 passengers and crew on board, leaving only one survivor who remains in critical condition and under observation.
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