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Body pulled from plane wreckage formally identified as Emiliano Sala

SBS Thursday, 7 February 2019
Body pulled from plane wreckage formally identified as Emiliano SalaThe body of Argentina-born professional soccer player Emiliano Sala has been formally identified after it was brought to Portland Port, UK police said.
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News video: Body Spotted Amidst Plane Wreckage Of Soccer Star Emiliano Sala

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The UK's Air Accidents Investigation Branch has said a body has been seen in the wreckage of the plane which was carrying missing footballer Emiliano Sala,. According to CNN, A remotely operated vehicle surveyed the area and, based on analysis of the video footage, investigators have concluded that...

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