The ill-fated Indonesian plane … human remains reveal the “tragedy”

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Indonesian Police Yunus applies to the channel "Miro" TV: "We received two suitcases this morning, one with passenger items and the other with body parts", Indicating that the police "It works on identifying identities" Victims.

Several army and rescue boats as well as helicopters and divers were deployed on Sunday morning after the crash site was located at night.

Bits of debris were sent to the main port in Jakarta, where a first aid center was set up.

A crash site has been identified Boeing plane Close to the tourist islands off Jakarta.

There were 50 passengers and 12 crew members on board.

In October 2018, 189 people were killed Boeing 737 crash Max in the Java Sea, about 12 minutes after take off.

The Sriwigaya is not a controversial new generation Boeing 737 MAX, but it is a Boeing 737 "Classic" She is 26 years old.

On Saturday, the Sriwigaya plane lost contact with air traffic controllers shortly after 14:40 local time (07:40 GMT), about 4 minutes after it took off.

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A spokesman said Indonesian Police “We received two bags this morning, one containing items belonging to the passengers and the other containing body parts,” Yunus told the Miro TV channel, indicating that the police are “working to identify” the victims.

Several army and rescue boats as well as helicopters and divers were deployed on Sunday morning after the crash site was located at night.

Bits of debris were sent to the main port in Jakarta, where a first aid center was set up.

A crash site has been identified Boeing plane Close to the tourist islands off Jakarta.

There were 50 passengers and 12 crew members on board.

In October 2018, 189 people were killed Boeing 737 crash Max in the Java Sea, about 12 minutes after take off.

The Sriwigaya is not a controversial new generation Boeing 737 Max, but it is a 26-year-old “classic” Boeing 737.

On Saturday, the Sriwigaya plane lost contact with air traffic controllers shortly after 14:40 local time (07:40 GMT), about 4 minutes after it took off.







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