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Portions of the cowling, or inlet portion, and nearby rotating sections separated from the rest of the engine so violently that the sequence of events was akin to an explosion.
At least 18 pieces of the plane, including parts of an engine cowling and a bulkhead panel, eventually were recovered from beaches in Madagascar, Mauritius, Mozambique, South Africa and Tanzania.
Pictures taken from inside the Air France plane showed the front cowling and fan disc of the No.
Photos posted by passengers online showed the outer of the two engines under the right wing with extensive damage, and the entire frontal ring of the cowling missing.
Cowlings drove Simpson during the chase, five days after the murders of Simpson’s ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and Rob Goldman.
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