New details on that deadly plane crash in Moscow that killed forty-one people, including an American.
Officials have recovered the black boxes, but are now focusing on possible pilot errors that may have lead to the fatal crash.
As investigators comb through the wreckage, a well-respected newspaper in Moscow says investigators are honing in on pilot error as a likely cause of the accident.
After flying into severe weather and being hit by lightning shortly after takeoff, reports are the pilot hurried to make an emergency landing instead of burning off extra fuel.
That caused the plane to land too fast and bounce on the runway at least three times before bursting into flames.
Making matters worse, investigators are also reportedly looking into whether the emergency response was too slow.
It’s now been confirmed American Jeremy Brooks from Santa Fe, New Mexico died in the crash.
He was on his way to start a new job in Russia as a expedition fishing guide.