Search and rescue for second days in Indonesia: 52 identity cards and 37 bags of bones

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 Search and rescue for second days in Indonesia: 52 identity cards and 37 bags of bones


According to Indonesian media reports, as of 19:00 local time on the 30th, search and rescue personnel in addition to a large number of handbags, wallets, mobile phones, file bags and other personal belongings on the life jacket and other items, but also found 52 identity cards, including 34 males and 18 females.

During the two days, 37 bags of body remains were found and sent to the local police hospital for verification.

According to Syaugi, director of the National Search and Rescue Administration of Indonesia, the number of professional vessels participating in the search and rescue increased to more than 30, and the number of search and rescue personnel increased to more than 800 on the same day. The search area expanded from 5 nautical miles around the crash site on the first day to 10 nautical miles.

The reporter arrived at the search and rescue coordination command center of the Tanjung Priok dock in northern Jakarta on the same day. A large number of ambulances and police vehicles were on standby. The Indonesian National Search and Rescue Bureau, the army, the police and the medical department had set up a temporary coordination command center. Search and rescue personnel and forensic doctors are carefully cleaning, packing and registering the items found. Passengers and articles recovered from the sea area of the plane crash were transported to the center in time by transport vessels for registration, and then sent to the police hospital for identification by the families of the victims. Indonesian search and rescue officials said the 31 search and rescue scope will be further expanded to 15 nautical miles, and will be equipped with sonar detection equipment for underwater search, in order to find the aircraft fuselage and black box as soon as possible. At 6:20 local time on the 29th, an Indonesian Lion Airlines Boeing 737 MAX8 passenger plane with 189 passengers and crew flew from Jakartas Sukarno Hada International Airport to Penang, Bangkabury Cave Province. The plane lost contact 13 minutes after takeoff and was later confirmed to have crashed near Karawang, West Java province. Source: China News Network Editor: Qiao Jing _NN6607

The reporter arrived at the search and rescue coordination command center of the Tanjung Priok dock in northern Jakarta on the same day. A large number of ambulances and police vehicles were on standby. The Indonesian National Search and Rescue Bureau, the army, the police and the medical department had set up a temporary coordination command center. Search and rescue personnel and forensic doctors are carefully cleaning, packing and registering the items found. Passengers and articles recovered from the sea area of the plane crash were transported to the center in time by transport vessels for registration, and then sent to the police hospital for identification by the families of the victims.

Indonesian search and rescue officials said the 31 search and rescue scope will be further expanded to 15 nautical miles, and will be equipped with sonar detection equipment for underwater search, in order to find the aircraft fuselage and black box as soon as possible.

At 6:20 local time on the 29th, an Indonesian Lion Airlines Boeing 737 MAX8 passenger plane with 189 passengers and crew flew from Jakartas Sukarno Hada International Airport to Penang, Bangkabury Cave Province. The plane lost contact 13 minutes after takeoff and was later confirmed to have crashed near Karawang, West Java province.