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7 Bodies of Victims of Sriwijaya Air SJ-182 Crash Found

7 Bodies of Victims of Sriwijaya Air SJ-182 Crash Found

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Kramat Jati Police Hospital, Jakarta, has received 7 body bags and 21 DNA illustrations linked to the Sriwijaya Air SJ 182 plane crash in the waters of Kepulauan Seribu, Jakarta.

” We inform until now the team has received DNA illustrations as many as 21 illustrations, after which the body bags as many as 7 body bags,” said Head of Public Information Bureau of the Public Relations Division of the National Police Brig. Gen. Rusdi Hartono, at the Police Hospital, Jakarta, Sunday ( 10 / 1).

Rusdi said there were 306 personnel to identify the bodies of the victims of the crashed plane. They come from the National Police, the Indonesian National Army (TNI), the Ministry of Health, and a relationship of forensic experts.

The process of identifying the bodies of Sriwijaya SJ 182 incident is due to begin tomorrow. Rusdi hopes that the families can arrive at the Polri Hospital to help with the identification process.

Rusdi begged the victim’s family to bring various documents, such as diplomas and family cards. The documents mean for the process of identifying the bodies.

“We also ask the families of the victims to help DVI to do its job. The families of the victims can arrive at places that have been prepared to share information with the DVI team,” he said.

Sriwijaya SJ 182 crashed in the waters of Kepulauan Seribu, Jakarta, Saturday( 9/ 1). The incident was known after part of the hour the plane vanished contact.

Indonesian National Army (TNI) Commander Marshal Hadi Tjahjanto confirmed the joint squad had created the position of the aircraft’s body. The team prepares to transport the body of the aircraft at this time located at a depth of 23 m.

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The team also successfully created a black box signal that radiated from the seabed. In the near future it is expected that the dark box can be found and used to investigate the disaster.

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