No traces of the remaining passengers or debris from the downed plane were ever recovered.
debris displayed for photographers in Recife, Brazil, may appear scant, but there were two very suggestive details.
The first two minutes I was searching for words, the smoke and debris were filling lower Manhattan.
I photographed one guy who was walking towards me with his head bleeding because I think it had been hit by debris.
Just the debris of war, the wounded in the hospitals, the aftermath in the desert, the people themselves.
The furniture was buried under a mass of debris, and instead of the gilded ceiling above him was only the blue sky.
Until then the stream had followed the street; but the debris that encumbered it deflected the course.
Feverishly we worked to remove the debris which pinned them down.
As she spoke she stepped forward and stumbled over the debris at the door.
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").