sriwijaya air flight 62 – Sriwijaya Air flight SJ182 with 62 onboard loses contact
Indonesian authorities say they have found the location where they allow a Boeing 737 passenger plane crashed into the sea hastily after take-off from the country’s capital Jakarta on Saturday.
The Sriwijaya air plane was carrying 62 people with it disappeared from radar four minutes into its journey to Pontianak in West Kalimantan province.
On Sunday, signals thought to be from the jet’s flight recorder were traced.
More than 10 ships have now been deployed to the site taking into account navy divers.
A command publicize set stirring at the Kramat Jati Police Hospital in Jakarta to identify the crash victims and search for associates members was functioning to identify the remains, he said.
The focus of the search is with the islands of Laki and Lancang, known as the Thousand Islands chain, roughly 20 miles northwest of Jakarta. Some 28 ships, five helicopters and two airplanes have been deployed in a joint effort between the Indonesian Navy, Police, Coast guard and Transportation Ministry. Navy ascribed Abdul Rasyid said the Indonesian Navy has dispatched 10 ships to the surrounding waters off Laki Island and the Armed Forces chief will visit the search area Sunday morning.
On Saturday, Indonesia’s National Search and Rescue Agency (Basarnas) said it had found several pieces of debris believed to be from the missing aircraft but bad weather and poor visibility had hampered the search overnight.
The crash site was avowed Sunday hours of daylight by the Indonesian National Armed Forces and Navy divers were deployed to search for the wreckage.
Divers retrieved pieces debris from the site that are the similar color as the Sriwijaya freshen aircraft, let breathe Chief Marshal Tjahjanto said at a press conference from the John Lie Warship.
A jet registration number, wheels from the landing gear and spirit vests have then been uncovered, Tjahjanto said, surcharge that visibility and conditions in the water were good, and the search for victims continues.
Meanwhile, National Transportation Safety Committee (KNKT) teams have begun an chemical analysis into the cause of the crash.
nvestigators have after that been sent to ventilate Traffic direct at the airport, the Meteorology Climatology and Geophysical Agency, and to Sriwijaya Airlines to accrue information.
On Sunday, Indonesia President Joko Widodo offered his condolences and urged people to pray for wreck victims.
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