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French authorities are urging searchers to show Ã¢â‚¬Å“extreme prudenceÃ¢â‚¬Â before identifying wreckage found in the Atlantic as being from Air France Flight 447, after Brazilian workers incorrectly publicized they had found debris from the missing plane Thursday.
The mystery surrounding Air France Flight 447 continued to grow Thursday as conflicting reports from Spanish pilots and Brazilian experts regarding the cause of the planeÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s crash emerged, CNN reports.
A BBC corespondent and several experts are reporting that the plane would have had to have undergone several "traumas" to have fallen from the sky. The absence of a distress signal from the experienced pilot suggests that whatever happened to the plane happened very, very quickly.
An Air France plane carrying 228 people vanished over the Atlantic Ocean after reporting a short circuit caused by a possible lightning strike, the BBC reports.