Indonesian crash crew killed a man for recovering from a traffic jam

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 Indonesian crash crew killed a man for recovering from a traffic jam


Oct. 30, according to Agence France-Presse reports, an Indonesian man named Su Tiwan, 29 due to traffic problems in Jakarta, arrived at the airport too late, did not catch Lion Air JT610 flight, the result of this flight took off soon after the sea, Jakarta traffic jam saved his life.

Sony Setiawan, an Indonesian Finance Ministry official, was scheduled to take the unfortunate plane crash on JT610. He and his 20 colleagues took this flight every week.

On the morning of the 29th, several friends of Su Ti Wan struggled to overcome the daily traffic jam in Jakarta and caught the flight, but Su Ti Wan was trapped on the road for several hours.

Despite his gratitude, Su said he was saddened to know that many people, including his colleagues, were not as lucky as he was.

He said: I just learned (crash News) when crying. I know my friend is on the plane.

Su Ti Wan said he managed to catch the second flight to Pangkal Pinang, and when he landed safely, he learned about the JT610 crash.

The picture shows Indonesian passengers articles found on board. (source: Twitter)

On the 29 day, a Boeing airliner belonging to the Indonesian lion air group (LIONAIR) crashed. The flight number is JT610. The plane took off from Jakarta at 6:20 a.m. and headed for Penang, Bangka, but lost contact with the ground 13 minutes after taking off and crashed in the northern waters of Java. All 189 people on board were killed, including 181 passengers, including three children, and eight crew members, including dozens of officials from Indonesias Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Environment and Energy. Source: overseas network Author: Liang Yis responsible editor: Ji Guo Jie _NBJ11143

On the 29 day, a Boeing airliner belonging to the Indonesian lion air group (LIONAIR) crashed. The flight number is JT610. The plane took off from Jakarta at 6:20 a.m. and headed for Penang, Bangka, but lost contact with the ground 13 minutes after taking off and crashed in the northern waters of Java. All 189 people on board were killed, including 181 passengers, including three children, and eight crew members, including dozens of officials from Indonesias Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Environment and Energy.