It looks like EgyptAir Flight 804 has finally been found.
The flight, which held 66 people, disappeared from radar en route from Paris to Cairo and was presumed to have crashed in the Mediterranean Sea last month.
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A vessel contracted by the Egyptian government spotted multiple wreckage sites, according to an official statement.
The search team and investigators are now working on a map of the wreckage spots to help reconstruct the incident that brought down the A320 Airbus.
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UPDATE 5:10 P.M. EST: EgyptAir retracted their statement that plane wreckage has been found; Greek officials say the debris in question "does not come from a plane."
UPDATE 12:56 P.M. EST: Searchers in the Mediterranean Sea have found the wreckage of Flight MS804, according to EgyptAir Vice President Ahmed Adel.
Early Thursday morning, an EgyptAir passenger plane went missing while it was traveling from Paris to Cairo.
It's said that the flight took off around 11:09 p.m. CEST and vanished from the radar about 10 miles into the Egyptian airspace while cruising at an altitude of 37,000 feet.
It has since been stated by the French government that the flight has crashed, though EgyptAir has yet to confirm.
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At the time of the plane's disappearance, the airline took to Twitter and wrote:
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