China news agency, Jakarta, October 31 - Lion Airlines, Indonesia, flight JT610 crashed into the sea passenger plane search and rescue work into the third day. Indonesias National Search and Rescue Bureau director, Syaugi, said that night at the Joint Search and Rescue Command Center at the Bulu Port in Danrong, north of Jakarta, the search and rescue team had found the wreckage of the suspected plane fuselage and detected the signal from the black box.
The wreckage of the suspected plane was in the Tanjungpakis waters of Karawang, West Java Province, about 400 meters northwest of the crash site and at a depth of 30 to 35 meters, Indonesian media reported late Wednesday. The search and rescue ship with sonar detection equipment also detected the signal from the black box.
Hundreds of divers have been concentrated in search of the waters. The search and rescue departments involved in the day of nearly a thousand personnel, military and police, 6 helicopters, 44 ships involved in the search and rescue, many search vessels equipped with sonar detector, underwater vehicles and other equipment.
At the time of the press release, 53 incomplete bodies were recovered and sent to the Indonesian Police Headquarters Hospital in southern Jakarta for identification.
According to the hospital responsible for the accident information released by the Indonesian police chief, because the body is highly incomplete, there is no identification results.
An information release centre has been set up in the hospital to update passengersfamilies and the media every afternoon. Many of the family members will arrive at the hospital on time to wait for news, although they often wait for no news.
Source: China News Network Editor: Wang Zheng _NN7526