Chilling images show the remains of a cargo jet forced to make an emergency landing in the water off the coast of Hawaii.
Transair Flight 810 was found approximately two miles offshore from Ewa Beach, with rescuers saying the Boeing 737-200 is too deep underwater to send divers to recover the flight data and cockpit voice recorders.
The aircraft landed off the Hawaiian island of Oahu in the Pacific Ocean on July 2, the National Transportation Safety Board said.
Two crew members escaped from the wreckage after being forced to land.
The aft fuselage, including both wings and tail along with both engines, and forward fuselage were both located on the sea floor at depths between 360 and 420 feet, the NTSB said in a statement.
The plane components were located with a Side Scan Sonar and Remotely Operated Vehicle, the NTSB said.
The NTSB said the wreckage is too deep to deploy divers for recovery of the The investigative team is developing plans to recover the aircraft.
The safety board said fuel samples from another airplane fueled on the same night were tested and no irregularities were found.
The agency released photos of airplane components located on the ocean floor.
The two crew members on Transair Flight 810 were injured after being forced to land in the Pacific Ocean. One was taken to a hospital by helicopter and the other was rescued by boat.
The Boeing cargo plane was built in 1975.
The crew reported engine trouble and plans to turn back shortly after taking off at 1:33 a.m. local time from Daniel K. Inouye International Airport in Honolulu.
The plane was en route to the Hawaiian island of Maui.