Amsterdam: According to Dutch aviation experts, the Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 which had broken up in to pieces, would have hit by numerous objects from the mid air.
A report released by the Dutch Safety Board said that there was no evidence of either technical or human error during the flight of the plane.
A BBC correspondent said that there was consistent evidence that the plane being struck by shrapnel from a missile.
The plane was flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur when it crashed in rebel-held territory of eastern Ukraine in July this year.
All 298 people on board (most of them from the Netherlands) were died in the unfortunate plane accident.
There were also reports that the plane was shot down by the pro-Russian rebels.
Dutch aviation investigators who compiled the preliminary report were mainly relied on information from the black box flight data recorders, air traffic control, satellite images and photos from the scene.
Video on MH17 air-crash