Are re­mains on Mont Blanc from Air In­dia crash?

Sunday Express - - FRONT PAGE -

Hu­man body parts found on Mont Blanc in the Swiss Alps on Thurs­day open up an in­trigu­ing pos­si­bil­ity: are th­ese the rem­nants of vic­tims of one of the two Air In­dia plane crashes that took place more than 50 years ago?

What was found?

A hand, the up­per part of a leg, and the wreck­age of a jet en­gine, which could be from one of the two Air In­dia planes

Who found them?

Daniel Roche, an am­a­teur air­plane ac­ci­dent in­ves­ti­ga­tor who has spent years comb­ing the Bos­sons Glacier in the Swiss Alps look­ing for re­mains of crash vic­tims

How the crashes hap­pened

NOVEMBER 1950: Air In­dia Flight 245 from Bom­bay to Lon­don was fly­ing over France on the morn­ing of November 3 when it went off the radar while at an al­ti­tude of 4,700 m. The plane hit the side of Mont Blank

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