June 1 (UPI) – Pakistani specialists state they plan Monday to complete the way toward recognizing casualties from the accident of the Pakistan International Airlines carrier a month ago.

The International Center for Chemical and Biological Sciences at the University of Karachi said the Sindh Forensic DNA and Serology Laboratory has finished 37 cross-coordinates up until this point.

A specialized group for Airbus, which has been in Pakistan researching the accident of PK-8303, left to come back to France Monday in the wake of finishing its assessment.

The group will set up an underlying report of the accident when they come back to France. They have broke down disentangling information from the flight recorder and cockpit voice recorder.

Starting reports after the accident noted motor disappointment as a potential reason. The May 22 accident slaughtered 97 individuals installed, however two endure.

The Airbus examiners will be joined by individuals from the Pakistani examination group in deciphering the gear.

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