January 14 According to Reuters, Indonesian officials said that divers were ready to continue to search for the black box of the crashed passenger plane and the remains of the victims on the 14th.
“We hope that today’s weather will calm down,” said Rasman, the search and rescue director on the 14th.
“Good weather can support our operation. Divers hope to achieve the best results in finding the victims and the wreckage of the plane.”
At 14:40 local time on January 9, the Boeing 737-500, a Boeing 737-500, a flight from Jakarta to Kundian, the capital of West Kalimantan, lost contact with the ground four minutes after take-off, and was found to have crashed into the waters of the Kuril Islands north of Jakarta.
There are 50 passengers and 12 crew members on the flight.
On the afternoon of the 12th local time, divers of the Indonesian naval rescue team found a black box of the crashed plane, the flight data recorder, about 23 meters underwater in the sea where the accident occurred, and salvaged it ashore.
But another black box that captures the pilot’s communication and cockpit sound has not been found.
On the 13th, due to weather, the authorities suspended the search.