Transport officials Saturday released the first photographs of wreckage of a South African Airways jumbo jet that crashed in the Indian Ocean last year, killing the 160 people on board.

The photographs, clearly showing large pieces of wreckage, were taken 13,200 feet below the surface by cameras aboard an unmanned mini-submarine.The wreckage found and filmed so far includes pieces of the tail, landing gear and engines, the transport department said.

The Boeing 747 crashed Nov. 28, 1987, near the island nation of Mauritius while en route from Taiwan to South Africa. It is the worst crash in South African aviation history.