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Lions plane crash: Passengers' bodies still found clamped in the seabed seats, officials say

JAKARTA, Indonesia – Divers have found bodies of passengers still stuck in their places among the junk on the seabed…

JAKARTA, Indonesia – Divers have found bodies of passengers still stuck in their places among the junk on the seabed from Lion Air jet crashing Monday, an Indonesian official official – and the rescue team said Thursday. Isswarto, who goes for a name, told a press conference diver who restored the remains.

He said divers also found many flat debris scattered, most small but they have not found any major parts of the plan.

Diver recovered a flight burner Thursday from the crashed airplane on the seabed, a decisive development in the investigation of what caused the 2-month-old planet to sink in the Indonesian sea earlier this week, killing all 1

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A television station showed pictures of two divers after surfing, swimming on an inflatable vessel and placing the bright orange device in a large container that was transferred to a search and rescue vessel.

“I was desperate because the current one was strong but I’m convinced of the tools given to me,” said Navy 1st Sgt. Hendra, who uses a single name, in a television interview. After reducing the possible location, I started digging and cleaning junk until I finally found an orange object, he said, standing on a deck next to his diver.

The Boeing 737 MAX 8 plane crashed early Monday just a few minutes after starting from the Indonesian capital of Jakarta.

By the end of the Wednesday Wednesday, 56 body kits containing human remains had been sent to a Jakarta hospital for identification using DNA samples provided by family members, officials said.

It was the worst aviation disaster in Indonesia for more than two decades and renewed concern about the safety of its fast-growing aviation industry, recently removed from the EU’s and US’s black lists.

The device recovered by divers is airplane player and the search continues for the cockpit voice recorder, Transport Minister Budi Karya Sumadi told a press conference.

It was found about 500 meters northwest of the coordinates e planet lost contact and at a depth of 30 meters, rescue officer Muhammad Syaugi said.

Navy Col. Monang Sitompul told local television that what is believed to be the aircraft hull was also seen on the seabed. 19659003] Airspace data shows that the aircraft had varying velocity and height in the early minutes of a flight on Sunday and on its deadly flight on Monday. However, security experts are careful that the data must be checked for accuracy to the flight data player.

Several passengers on Sunday flights from Bali to Jakarta have reported problems that meant a long-term start for motor control and scary drops during the first 10 minutes of the air.

Lion Air has ordered 50 of the MAX 8 plan and one of its subsidiaries was the first to operate the new generation of jet last year.

Investigators say a preliminary report until the accident could be released within a month, but full results will take several months.

The Lion Air crash is the worst aviation disaster in Indonesia since 1997, when 234 people died on a Garuda flight near Medan. In December 2014, an AirAsia flight departed from Surabaya to Singapore at sea and killed all 162 on board.

Indonesian air carriers were prevented from flying to Europe due to security problems in 2007, although several were resumed in the following decades. The ban was completely suspended in June. The United States lifted a decade long ban in 2016.

Lion Air, a discount carrier, is one of Indonesia’s youngest and largest airlines flying to dozens of national and international destinations. It has expanded aggressively in Southeast Asia, a fast-growing region with over 600 million people.

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