As more debris was spotted in the Atlantic Ocean where an Air France A330-200 is suspected to have crashed Sunday night about 400 mi. northeast of the Fernando de Noronha archipelago, French officials embarked on what they fear may be a difficult investigation owing to the depth of the sea at the crash site. The Brazilian air force, which on Monday spotted a 3-mi. debris field and an oil slick on the ocean's surface (ATWOnline, June 3), yesterday said it observed a "a 23-ft. piece, seemingly ...

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