It doesn't describe the condition of the bodies, but it seems likely there were indeed at least some intact. One thing however is the age or condition of the aircraft doesn't make any difference in an after the fact result. Certainly it likely contributed to the crash but not the result.<quoted text>
The bodies of 152 people killed in a fiery plane crash in Iran Wednesday have been returned to their families, an Iranian state broadcaster reported Sunday.
Video of the crash site showed a huge crater in the earth scattered with charred pieces of the plane and tattered passports.
The plane was built in Russia in 1987.
BBC's Jon Leyne says Iran's civil and military air fleets are made up of elderly aircraft, in poor condition due to their age and lack of maintenance.
One hundred fifty two bodies were found in the 7908 Caspian crash plus debris from the plane unlike the crash in Pennsylvania on September 11th when America was "supposedly being attacked".
The biggest factor you have to consider here is that flight 93 was getting it at WOT and going 2 to three times as fast as crashing was the goal. Flight 7908 was trying to land so it
was going very slow, but the result is very similar.