Wreckage from EgyptAir crash again washes up on an Israeli beach

Marcy Oster

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Wreckage from the crashed EgyptAir flight 804 was discovered for a second time washed up on an Israeli beach.

Two Israelis taking their weekly Saturday walk on the beach in Haifa found the wreckage from the May flight.

Earlier this month, wreckage was discovered on the beach in Netanya.

The plane was downed after a fire broke out, according to an investigation of one of the flight’s black boxes. Terrorism is not blamed in the fire and crash. Sixty-six passengers and crew members died.

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