Chilling pictures show remains of cargo jet forced to make emergency water landing

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.