Iran plane crash: Canada’s transport authority ‘cannot confirm’ who has the black boxes

The Canadian Transportation Safety Board “cannot confirm” the location of the flight records from Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752.

That comes amid confusion and conflicting media reports about who currently has possession of the black boxes recovered from the passenger aircraft that Iran shot down last week after apparently mistaking it for an incoming hostile target.

All 176 people on board, including 57 Canadians and more than 80 Iranians, died when the plane crashed near Tehran following the missile strike.

“Do you know where the black boxes are right now?” Global’s David Akin asked the TSB on Tuesday afternoon.

“We cannot confirm their location right now,” responded spokesperson Sophie Wistaff.

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