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The Egypt Airbus Group SE A320 wreckage was found by the John Lethbridge, a vessel from Deep Ocean Search Ltd. (AP Photo/Thomas Ranner, File)

(Bloomberg) –Investigators found the main wreckage sites of EgyptAir Flight 804, which crashed last month over the Mediterranean Sea with 66 people on board.

A search team provided images of the Airbus Group SE A320 jetliner’s remains to authorities, Egypt’s Ministry of Civil Aviation said in an emailed statement Wednesday, without specifying the locations. The wreckage was found by the John Lethbridge, a vessel from Deep Ocean Search Ltd. that joined the hunt to scan the ocean floor, the ministry said.

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