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Indonesia: Emergency personnel respond to Lion Air JT-610 crash 00:36

Indonesia: Emergency personnel respond to Lion Air JT-610 crash

Индонезия, Karawang
29 October, 2018 в 12:22 GMT +00:00 · Опубликовано

Emergency personnel were seen carrying out operations off the coast of Karawang on Monday, in response to the Lion Air flight JT-610 which crashed into the sea hours earlier.

The flight departed from Jakarta and was heading to Pangkal Pinang before it crashed into the waters off the coast of Jakarta in the early hours on Monday, shortly after take-off with 189 people on board.

The Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft disappeared from radar after around 13 minutes in the air, and authorities lost contact with the flight. Debris believed to be a part of the aircraft was found, and the aircraft is thought to have sunk after it crashed. It is unclear if there are any survivors.

Indonesia: Emergency personnel respond to Lion Air JT-610 crash 00:36
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Emergency personnel were seen carrying out operations off the coast of Karawang on Monday, in response to the Lion Air flight JT-610 which crashed into the sea hours earlier.

The flight departed from Jakarta and was heading to Pangkal Pinang before it crashed into the waters off the coast of Jakarta in the early hours on Monday, shortly after take-off with 189 people on board.

The Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft disappeared from radar after around 13 minutes in the air, and authorities lost contact with the flight. Debris believed to be a part of the aircraft was found, and the aircraft is thought to have sunk after it crashed. It is unclear if there are any survivors.