Investigators at the site of a helicopter crash in the North Sea are continuing to search for the Super Puma's black box data recorder, it is understood.
Salvagers are using specialist sonar equipment to try to trace the signal of the device, which was located in the helicopter's tail section.
Once recovered, the recorder will be transported to the headquarters of the Air Accidents Investigation Branch at Farnborough, Hampshire, for examination.
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