Citing a telephone message from Russia's first deputy Transport Minister Alexander Neradko, who is a member of the state commission investigating the October 4 crash of the Tu-154 plane, press secretary of the apparatus of Russia's Security Council Vladimir Nikanorov reported Sunday that the commission had deciphered an audio recording made by the flights control service of the Adler airport, on which "one of the crew members of the Tu-154 can be heard uttering a shriek." At this moment, according to Neradko, the commission is doing a "second-by-second" analysis of the tape. No other significant details or facts were disclosed so far. Nikanorov added that Secretary of Russia's Security Council Vladimir Rushailo, who heads the state investigating commission, keeps getting fresh reports about the progress of works in the plane crash area ever since he returned from Sochi last night, leaving his deputy Vladimir Potapov in the operational headquarters in Sochi to coordinate the investigation alongside commission members overseeing the investigating procedure and technical expertises.
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