Suara.com – The search operation for the Sriwijaya Air SJ-182 aircraft with the Jakarta – Pontianak route which crashed in the waters of the Thousand Islands on the sixth day, Thursday (14/1/2021) returned to fruition. Until 8:00 p.m. WIB, there were additional findings related to the findings of human body parts and plane fragments.
The head of the National Search and Rescue Agency, TNI Intermediate Marshal (ret.) Bagus Puruhito, said that in total there were 98 bags containing pieces of human bodies. Not only that, 9 bags containing small plane debris and 5 bags containing large plane debris were also found.
“We got 98 body bags containing body parts or human remains, 9 small pieces of fuselage and 5 large pieces of aircraft,” said Bagus at the JICT II Integrated Command Post, North Jakarta, Thursday night.
Since the first day of search until tonight, the Joint SAR team has obtained 239 bags containing human body parts, 40 small plane debris bags, and 33 large aircraft debris bags. Not only that, a black box flight data recorder (FDR) has also been found.
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“So that a total of 20.00 WIB, the last ship entered, we have collected 239 body bags, 40 small pieces of aircraft, 33 large pieces of aircraft, and 1 FDR black box found on January 12,” explained Bagus.
Bagus continued, the search operation will continue with a focus on the evacuation of accident victims. Search operations will also focus on the cockpit voice recorder (CVR) and airframe particles.
“The process for the operation is still ongoing with a focus on evacuating victims, and of course still carrying out the search for CVR and particles or fuselage at the location,” concluded Bagus.
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