Sala was flying to Wales from France to join Premier League club Cardiff.
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Footballer Emiliano Sala and the pilot flying his plane when it crashed were likely exposed to "potentially fatal" levels of carbon monoxide, investigators announced Wednesday.The Argentinian was flying to Wales from France to join Premier League club Cardiff when his plane came down in the English Channel on Jan. 21 during a nighttime flight.His body was recovered, but that of pilot David Ibbotson has never been found.The BBC said Ibbotson was color blind, which would have automatically disqualified him from night flights.The AAIB also said the plane carrying Sala was not authorized to make commercial flights.
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