No bodies recovered from the wreckage of the ill-fated Ethiopian Airline's plane, the airline’s spokesman said on Wednesday.
According to the unnamed spokesman, who was questioned by Rueters, only fragmented remains survived the impact and no bodies were recovered at the crash site.
“There were no bodies,” he told Reuters.
The black boxes, which record data, were found at the crash site in Bishoftu, Ethiopia and will be analysed in Europe.
Germany's federal agency responsible for investigating air accidents will not analyse the black box, after a spokesman for the airline said the country would take care of that.
All 157 people on board the plane died in the disaster which has rocked the global aviation industry.