Jakarta, January 11 On the 11th, when the reporter of Chinanews.com came to the search and rescue command center of the crash of Indonesian Sanfoqi Airlines Flight SJ182 in Tanrongbulu Port, Jakarta, he saw that the search and rescue work of various departments was advancing at full swing.
At 14:40 p.m. local time on January 9, the Boeing 737-500, a Boeing 737-500, a flight from Jakarta to Kundian, the capital of the western Kalimantan province, lost contact with the ground four minutes after taking 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 night of the incident, Indonesian President Joko instructed departments to do their best to search for survivors. A multi-sectoral joint search and rescue command center was set up at the container terminal of Tanrong Bulu Port, Jakarta.
A joint search and rescue team composed of the country’s National Search and Rescue Center, the Transport Safety Committee, the navy, army and air force, the police and relevant departments carried out search and rescue in the sea area of the accident overnight.
After two days of on-site search and rescue, the search and rescue personnel’s hope of judging the survival of passengers is very slim.
In the past two days, search and rescue personnel have repeatedly salvaged the bodies of the victims in the sea area of the accident and handed them over to the national police hospital responsible for the identification of the dead, and a large number of suspected victims’ clothes and aircraft wreckage have also been salvaged ashore.
Bagus Pruchto, the head of Indonesia’s search and rescue agency, said that the black box position of the crashed passenger plane had been locked, and the salvaged water would be handed over to the National Transportation Safety Commission to investigate the cause of the crash of the passenger plane as soon as possible.