Found new possible remains of the private plane that left Jerez de la Frontera and crashed in the Baltic Sea

On Monday morning, new possible remains of the private plane that left Jerez de la Frontera, in Cádiz, bound for Germany and that crashed in the Baltic Sea last Sunday afternoon were found, according to the Swedish newspaper. Aftonbladet. According to the aforementioned newspaper, the rescue operation has continued throughout the night, but the four people who were traveling on the plane have not yet been located. However, as dawn began to break, a minor find was made. A small part that could be from the plane was found and has been sent for analysis, Latvian Navy Officer Liva Veita explained to the Swedish media. The search will continue for the rest of the day. “The area of ​​six by six kilometers and it is said that the depth of the sea is around 60 meters,” indicates the aforementioned medium. “We have three ships in the area where the plane crashed. Two from the Latvian Navy and one from the Coast Guard. We are also preparing coast guard helicopters to have eyes in the sky,” Veita said.