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The National Police Disaster Victim Identification Team (DVI) successfully identified the initial victims of sriwijaya air flight SJ-182 which crashed in the waters of Kepulauan Seribu, North Jakarta, on Saturday (9/1).
The assurance was informed by Karo Penmas of the Public Relations Division of the National Police, Brig. Gen. Rusdi Hartono. Rusdi said the body belonged to a Sriwijaya Air passenger in the name of 29-year-old Okky Bisma.
“As a result of this afternoon’s reconciliation, the team was able to identify one of the victims of the disaster on behalf of Okky Bisma. This we can identify one victim who faced a disaster,” Rusdi said on Monday.
Similarly, Kapus Inafis Polri, Brig. Gen. Hudi Suryanto reported that the limb identified as belonging to Okky was a piece of hand.
For Hudi, the right hand complete with fingers was received by the Pus Inafis team in a good condition so that it could be easily identified by officers.
“When we identify, we can prove ourselves that kind of informed Karo Penmas,” he said.
Sriwijaya Air flight SJY-182 on the Jakarta- Pontianak route crashed near the waters of The Thousand Islands on Saturday near 14:00. 40 P.M.
The plane crashed shortly after taking off from Soekarno Hatta Airport, Tangerang, Banten at 14/ 36 Wib.
Kapusinafis Police Brig. Gen. Hudi Suryanto said the victim was successfully identified from matching antemortem fingerprints as well as postmortems.
” The victim is Oky Bisma, kramatjati community, East Jakarta. Our prints got it from my ID. Therefore, this KTP-el is so meaningful. There are things like this,” Hudi told reporters at the National Police Hospital on Monday.
This one-star general revealed, the victim named Oky has been verified is a passenger Sriwijaya Air SJ-182 to Jakarta- Pontianak
“After we checked, Oky Bisma’s name was on the manifest note no. 4,” hudi said.
Based on the launch from the Ministry of Transportation, Sriwijaya Air SJ-182 raised a total of 62 people consisting of 50 passengers and 12 crew. A total of 40 of the total passengers were aged passengers, 7 of them children, and 3 toddlers.