Fishermen Find Alleged Debris of Missing Sriwijaya Air Plane near Jakarta's Lancang Island

    Theofilus Ifan Sucipto - 09 January 2021 19:48 WIB
    Fishermen Find Alleged Debris of Missing Sriwijaya Air Plane near Jakarta's Lancang Island
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    Jakarta: Local fishermen have found alleged debris of missing Sriwijaya Air passenger plane near Lancang Island, Seribu Islands Regency, Jakarta Special Capital Region.

    "There are four metal debris. The colors are blue and green," a local fisherman named Nurhasan told Metro TV on Saturday.

    According to him, local fishermen also spotted a long white rope and an oil slick in the area.

    "Another fisherman spotted an oil slick in the area," Nurhasan stated.

    The Sriwijaya Air flight SJ182 disappeared from radar scenes en route from Jakarta to Pontianak in West Kalimantan Province this afternoon. The Boeing 737-524 aircraft lost contact few minutes after taking off from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport at around 14.30 Western Indonesia Time (WIB). The National SAR Agency (Basarnas) and other related agencies are currently still searching for the missing plane.

    According to reports, the airplane was carrying 62 people, including 6 crew.

    (WAH)

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