According to the British Guardian on January 10, Indonesian officials said that after the crash of the Indonesian passenger plane, rescue workers had found human remains, clothes and metal fragments in the Java Sea.
The commander of the Indonesian National Army, Hadi Tjahjanto, said that the Rigel naval fleet equipped with remote control vehicles had detected the aircraft’s signal, which matched the coordinates of the last contact between the pilot before the plane’s disappearance.
According to overseas reports, a Boeing 737-500 of Indonesian Sanfoqi Airlines lost contact shortly after taking off from the capital Jakarta on the 9th, and was later found to crash in the waters near Jakarta.
Radar shows that the plane plummeted 10,000 feet a minute before losing contact. Indonesian Transport Minister Budi said that the crashed plane did not fly according to the established course after take-off.