Old 4th Feb 2019, 21:23
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Originally Posted by cncpc View Post
It appears that the only door is open.

It's a pressurized aircraft and it takes some force to open that door.
I would suggest that smashing into the sea would constitute "some force" in this context. You will also note the extensive buckling of the fuselage - if the crash could do that, then it is more than likely it deformed or ruptured the fuselage around the door sufficient to open it, or make it appear open.


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