Recovered human remains, no survivors in Antarctica-bound crashed plane: Chilean Air Force
Chilean Air Force has recovered human remains from the Antarctica-bound crashed plane and said there were no survivors. There were 38 people, 21 passengers and 17 crew members on board. The aircraft was heading to a base in Antarctica when it disappeared shortly after takeoff from the southern city of Punta Arenas in Chilean Patagonia. The first piece of debris from the plane was discovered by Chilean air force officials.