'Probable' EgyptAir debris washes up on Israeli beach
JERUSALEM – Aircraft debris believed to have come from an EgyptAir crash in May has washed up on a beach near Tel Aviv, an official in the Israeli premier's office said Friday, July 8.
"Debris has been collected and there is a high probability that it originates from the Egyptian plane," the official in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office said.
Netanyahu has instructed that the plane parts found on a beach in the coastal town of Netanya on Thursday, July 7, be handed over to Egypt, he said.
Investigators have said the plane's wreckage showed signs of fire, while a data recorder has confirmed that smoke alarms had been activated. – Rappler.com