An underwater search vessel has arrived in Guernsey, ready to start searching the seabed for a missing plane this weekend.
It left Southampton last night and will be used to hunt four square nautical miles of seabed, where air accident investigators believe it is most likely footballer Emiliano Sala and his pilot came down.
Yesterday, cushions thought to be from the plane washed up on a beach in France.
The MORVEN has arrived in St Peter Port Harbour ready to begin the underwater search for the missing plane, carryin… https://t.co/CDTUi2FW6j
The images are said to show the Argentinian striker's remains at a mortuary in Bournemouth following the crash.
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