After the crash of Egyptair Flight 990, killed 217 passengers, 250 family members gathered at a park and heard the Egyptian ambassador say: You must find solace in the memory of those wonderful moments shared with your loved ones.
Later, a helicopter, hovered overhead, dropped flowers at the crash site before departing. Some relatives, were too late to send flowers, gathered sand and pebbles from the ocean as remembrances.
The search, has been hampered by fog and gales, was suspended early Sunday. On Monday however, USS Grapple, carries the robot Deep Drone has already worked amid the sunken wreckage, could resume the rescue operations. The authorities announced the arrival of a new robot, called Magnum, will be easier to use in rougher seas.
The two robots are part of a recovery operation includes about 1,000 people. Admiral J. Hall, ships are involved in the investigation, said he was confident and that his sailors would do the job as requested.