"Investigators haven't found water in the victims' lungs which rules out death due to drowning. Most bodies were also found naked or with minimal clothing, suggesting the wind may have removed the garments. Multiple fractures on almost all the bodies also suggest that the plane encountered a violent turbulence before it crashed," the official said.
In the aftermath of hurricanes here on Earth we fing amazing things -- like a wood 2X4 piercing a concrete wall, for instance.
Imagine a human body being subjected to winds FOUR times stronger than hurricane-force!!!
There will likely be no way to positively describe the entire sequence of the in-flight break up. However, the identity and probable location of each victim that is recovered will provide clues.