No suitcases or other debris have been found on the beach or floating in the sea.
No traces of the remaining passengers or debris from the downed plane were ever recovered.
Video replay of the crash shows Chilton weaving his way through an exploding tide of debris.
Satellite pictures show that at the heart of the debris field is a large area of intense fire where the earth has been scorched.
Then, and only then, can the technology work—first the location of debris and then its recovery.
The furniture was buried under a mass of debris, and instead of the gilded ceiling above him was only the blue sky.
There were people about, rooting through the debris, or patrolling in groups.
Feverishly we worked to remove the debris which pinned them down.
It was a boiling brown flood, covered with drifting foam and debris.
However, all the Cubs could swim, and Dan took care to steer clear of floating logs and debris.
1708, from French débris "remains, waste, rubbish" (16c.), from obsolete debriser "break down, crush," from Old French de- (see de-) + briser "to break," from Late Latin brisare, possibly of Gaulish origin (cf. Old Irish brissim "I break").