Surveying the bodies of the victims in a plane crash in Egypt, the forensic experts concluded that the passengers got 2 type of injury. In particular, those who sat in the rear of the aircraft, on the body of the identified defects of the explosive type, with multiple burns.
Having surveyed more than 200 fragments of the bodies of those killed in a plane crash in Egypt, the forensic experts concluded that the passengers A321 got 2 type of injury - depending on where their seats. So, the first group included people whose bodies were discovered in the region of the main part of the liner. And the second group were passengers, whose remains were lying near and among the wreckage of the tail section of Airbus, tells LifeNews.
Those who sat in the front of the ship, received a blunt trauma of the chest and the abdomen and pelvis, multiple fractures upper and lower limbs and ruptures the internal organs. The death data of passengers it is the result of acute blood loss, shock and open traumatic brain injuries. For those who sat in the tail of the plane, diagnosed blast injuries with multiple burns over 90% of the soft tissue.
Plots burned tissues already sent it for analysis to audit for the presence of traces of explosives. With all this, specialists have informed that the mortal remains of the tail section revealed particles of alloy, plating liner and its component parts.
Approximately found the feature of the damage can claim that the plane exploded fuel tanks or worked unidentified explosive device. So-called blast injuries are specified by experts in the findings in those cases where there are traces of the shock wave, or particulate explosives and chemical or thermal action.