Recovery teams have found human remains at the crash site of the china’s passenger plane which plunged into mountains this week.
Authorities have yet to declare the number of victims, but there has been no sign so far that any of the 132 people onboard the passenger plane had survived.
Investigators still do not know why the plane suddenly entered a near-vertical dive in southern china on Monday.
But the recovery of the intact cockpit voice recorder is hoped to shed clues.
The black box was found damaged on the outside but its internal records appeared to be fine, officials said. It has been sent to Beijing for its data to be analyzed.
Search teams found the first of the crucial black boxes in difficult circumstances on Wednesday.