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Indonesian passenger aircraft with 62 aboard crashes into Java Sea

Indonesian passenger aircraft with 62 aboard crashes into Java Sea

Indonesian rescuers have pulled body parts, clothing and scraps of metal from the Java Sea on Sunday morning, a day after a Boeing 737-500 with 62 people onboard crashed shortly after takeoff from Jakarta, officials said. Officials detected a signal from the wreckage of Sriwijaya Air Flight 182.

Josh
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Jason
Jason 1 months

Damn didnt the 737 just get put back into service.

Christian
Christian 1 months

It must have crashed into the ice wall that surrounds our flat Earth. Or maybe election officials in swing states hid them somewhere. Or maybe we can wait until more information is discovered before we come up with imaginary scenarios.

Stefnir
Stefnir 1 months

Well shit, here we go again.

Doug
Doug 1 months

Jakarta Police sets up DVI post for SJ182 victims at Police Hospital https://en.antaranews.com/news/165404/jakarta-police-sets-up-dvi-post-for-sj182-victims-at-police-hospital

Evil Smoo
Evil Smoo 1 months

News story of recovery, but no news story of the actual crash?

Doug
Doug 1 months

Don't confuse 1994 737-500 with modern 737 MAX

Satan411
Satan411 1 months

We're they white? Oh, NM then.

McDickFart
McDickFart 1 months

What's up with Indonesian planes and mysterious disappearances

David
David 1 months

Aliens abducting whole planes again.

systematic fighter
systematic fighter 1 months

The Indonesians are not meant to fly!!!!

Chris
Chris 1 months

These stories seem to be way too frequent in that part of the world.

edwin
edwin 1 months

Note to self, take a boat when going into and out of east asia...

Travis
Travis 1 months

WoW doesn't look good

Noah PaulOG
Noah PaulOG 1 months

Funny the amount of planes that "go missing" in that part of the world. Wonder if there were any high value targets on board.

Joseph Cribari
Joseph Cribari 1 months

Sounds racist to me

Michael Hedderson
Michael Hedderson 1 months

Indonesian Rescue teams based in Jakarta are getting pretty good at this.

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