The Malaysian Boeing 777, which crashed in the July 17 in the Donetsk region, was in good repair. It broke up in mid-air under multiple external impacts, says a preliminary report published by the Dutch Safety Board (DSB).
The Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 Boeing 777-200 broke up in mid-air, probably because of the structural damage sustained from the impact of a large quantity of high-energy objects that hit the plane from the outside, the DBS report said on Tuesday.
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