The Police Officer’s who were searching for Emiliano Sala from 2 Weeks now confirmed that Emiliano Sala who was travelling from Nantes to the Welsh capital.

Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) in the UK has revealed that a body has been seen in the plane’s wreckage and carrying the missing footballer Emiliano Sala. Officials of this department are considering next steps in terms of consultation with the police and Emiliano Sala’s family and the family of the pilot David Ibbotson.  

Specialist vessels used in the underwater searches uncovered an object of interest on the seabed. An advanced design of the remotely operated vehicle entirely surveyed the area as per requirements of investigators. Everyone in the team of investigators has listened to the video footage and confirmed that the object was wreckage from the Piper Malibu aircraft missed.  

The remotely operated vehicle played the main role to search the area overnight. However, it did not find out the additional pieces of the wreckage. Tragically, there is one occupant visible amidst the wreckage as per the video footage of the remotely operated vehicle. The UK AAIB revealed the image on Monday Feb.4 about this wreckage of the air craft and showing the near left-side of the fuselage which includes the aircraft registration N264DB and the main body of the aircraft including some part of the registration.  

The 59-year old Ibbotson and 28-year-old Sala were flying from Nantes in Northern France to Cardiff in Wales in the single-turbine aircraft. This aircraft disappeared from the radar near the location Channel Islands on January 21.  Sala has recently signed with the popular club English Premier League club Cardiff City for $19.3 million from French club Nantes. He was heading to the Welsh capital subsequent to saying farewell to his former teammates and friends in France.  

Wreckage from the plane was thought to be carrying the Sala and was found Sunday by a successful and privately funded search team which has been closely working with AAIB. The AAIB begun three days underwater search of the area in which the aircraft disconnect with the radar connection from four square nautical miles of the Guernsey Island.  

On the other hand, Sala’s family hired the popular private search team. David Mearns is a marine scientist and played a leading role to find the wreckage of the plane by using the sonar equipment. This wreckage was located at a depth of about 63 meters and identified within the first couple of hours of starting the search process in Sunday.   Specialists on the larger vessel make use of the Geo Ocean III and air investigators have confirmed that the wreckage was the part of the missing Piper Malibu Aircraft. Romina, a sister of football star Emiliano Sala has shared a photo of his dog waiting for his return. Everyone who looks at this heartbreaking photo does not fail to think that he should alive. Authorities try to recover the body of Emiliano Sala found on Monday. The overall progress is slow as the tidal conditions. They improve their efforts to recover the body and use the remotely operated vehicle for limited periods of time every day to be aware of the tidal conditions.

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