An investigation team from Japan is still looking into the causes of the JAL crash near New Delhi.
Crash site - Indian policemen picking-up remains
JAL & Indian investigators
JAL plane tail and burning
white cloth covered bodies being carried away
GV of hospital
Wounded two European girls in hospital.
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Background: An investigation team from Japan is still looking into the causes of the JAL crash near New Delhi. Exports have been examining the scattered wreckage which is now roped off under police guard. The airline has already stated that sabotage is not suspected. From the conversation with the four survivors reviewed that no one knew rio was wrong until the plane hit the ground. Normal preparations has just been made for landing at New Helhi's Palam Airport, about 12 miles away, who the aircraft crashed into the rising ground close to the River Jumna. Villagers who saw the crash say the plane was already on fire before hitting the ground, but survivors' stories do not confirm sough statements. The two youngest survivors, little girls aged 4 and 2 1/2 are reported to be making the best progress. The condition of the other two, a Japanese air stewardess and the Japanese wife of an Italian businessman killed in the crash, is still stated to be serious.