In Indonesia, a plane crashed in the Java Sea last week (Plane Crash). Srivijaya Air's Flight SJ 182 had 62 passengers at that time. Since then, this incident is being investigated on a large scale. The wreckage of the plane has been detected on Saturday. Indonesian Rescue officials say they have found the remains of passengers along with pieces of the aircraft. Along with this, divers have also got parts of the 'Voice Recorder' of this crashed aircraft.
4,132 personnel engaged in investigation
National Search and Rescue Agency mission convenor Rasman said that the scope of aerial survey has also been extended to search for the plane of the accident victim Srivijay Air. 4,132 personnel are engaged in the work of searching the plane debris and those killed in the accident. The expedition is being carried out through a total of 14 aircraft, 62 ships and 21 boats. Underwater metal detector is also being used. Some tools are also being used to search for dead bodies and 'cockpit voice recorders'.
Search scope limited
Divers have limited the search scope after finding parts of the 'cockpit voice recorder'. Commander Abdul Rashid of the Navy's First Fleet Command said on Friday, 'We have got casings, beacons and CVR batteries. We are looking for a memory unit. He said, 'We hope that she too will not go away.' National Police spokesman Roussadi Hartono said DNA samples of the families of 62 people on board the plane were being taken to identify the dead. He said that 12 people who were victims of the accident have been identified on Thursday.
Emergency was not announced
Indonesia's National Transportation Safety Committee has said that aircraft crew members did not declare a state of emergency or report any technical glitches before crashing into the sea after flying from Jakarta amid heavy rain.