The Dutch Safety board has released its final report into the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 in July of 2014.
Here is the summary video of their findings:
Investigations into aircraft accidents are not only important with respect to providing closure for all affected people, they also provide an opportunity to use the collected information to improve safety for the future by allowing airlines and aircraft manufacturers to improve their systems, procedures and aircraft to avoid similar accidents.
While this is considered the “final report”, typically crash investigations are never considered “final” as there is always the possibility of new evidence being eventually unearthed, and a criminal investigating into this accident is still underway.
Most importantly, may the 298 souls aboard rest in peace.