Investigators spent several months reconstructing the airplane from flight MH17 at the Dutch air base of Gilze-Rijen.
According to the Dutch Safety Board, the reconstruction “clearly shows the effects of the impact and subsequent blast, and has been important for verification and additional substantiation of the investigation’s results.”
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The video below details the Board’s investigation into the causes of the crash of flight MH17 on July 17, 2014 in the eastern part of Ukraine as well as its investigation into flying over conflict zones.
To view the full report, visit www.onderzoeksraad.nl.
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