Indonesian lion crash: a diver was killed in search and rescue.

 Indonesian lion crash: a diver was killed in search and rescue.

Overseas network 3 November Indonesian lion air JT610 aircraft crashed into the sea search and rescue work is still in progress. On the 2 day of local time, a diver was killed in search and rescue.

According to the Straits Times in Jakarta, search and rescue team leader Isswarto told local media that the search and rescue work stopped around 4 p.m. on the 2nd day, but 48-year-old diver Syachrul Anto did not surface after 4.30 p.m. Search and rescue personnel subsequently confirmed that due to problems in the decompression system, diver, unfortunately, was killed.

Around 9:30 p.m., Antos body was recovered and sent to the search and rescue command center at the Jakarta International Container Terminal. According to local media reports, doctors at the local hospital said that Anto was taken to the hospital at about 10:10 p.m., but there was no sign of a pulse at that time.

Yosep Safrudin, a friend of ATO, posted on the social platform that he was an experienced diver who had helped in several important evacuation operations, including the crash of AirAsia QZ8501 in 2014 and the ferry accident around Indonesia. In addition, Yongsai added, Anto just returned from the tsunami-affected area of Palu last week. Two days ago, he asked me to pick him up at the airport. He also borrowed my diving equipment to use in the search and rescue work of Lion Airlines. I will always cherish your smile and kindness.

As of March 3, the search and rescue operation of Lion Airlines crash has entered the sixth day, rescue crews gradually began to sort out the wreckage of the rescued aircraft and the bodies of the deceased. Indonesian President Zoko asked the relevant departments to search for the victims of the Lion Airlines crash and to find out the cause of the crash as soon as possible. On the same day, the Indonesian national search and Rescue Bureau continued to search for another black box of the crashed aircraft.

At 6:20 p.m. local time on October 29, an Indonesian Lion Airlines passenger plane took off from Jakarta to Penang, capital of Bangkabi Ridong Province. The plane lost contact with the ground 13 minutes after takeoff and was confirmed to have crashed into the Java Sea, about 15 kilometers off the northeastern coast of Jakarta. 181 passengers and 8 crew members were killed.

Wreckage of Indonesias wrecked aircraft was salvaged or released in early December

Xinhua BEIJING, Nov. 3 (CNN) -- On Nov. 2, seats and tires of the Indonesian Lion Airlines crashed passenger plane were salvaged from the deep sea. Investigators are interpreting the black box data previously salvaged, and preliminary findings may be announced 30 days later. On November 1, the first black box of Indonesian Lion Airlines JT610 crashed into the sea was pulled out of the water, which is expected to solve the mystery of the cause of the crash.