President Joko Widodo Returned to the Lion Air JT-610 Evacuation integrated Post in Jakarta International Container Terminal 2, Tanjung Priok, North Jakarta (02/11) - Photo by President Office

JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) – Part of Lion Air JT-610 body founded today (02/11) but there is no passengers inside. Navy Commander I Rear Admiral Yudo Margono said that the Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft was at a distance of 400 meters from the starting point of the search.

“There is no (victim), only debris,” said him by added there were no obstacles in the process of finding the fuselage. Strong sea currents has overcome by the team.

He said, when it was found, the fuselage had been destroyed. Likewise with the condition of the aircraft engine. “The plane’s body is the wreckage. It’s almost a mess,” he said.

In addition to finding aircraft bodies and engines, Margono explained, the team of divers had lifted the wheels or lending gear for the JT-610.

Meanwhile, the National Police Hospital had received 272 pieces of the bodies of victims of the crash of the JT 610 aircraft. The body pieces were wrapped and put in 67 body bags.

As many as 272 body pieces that have been received by the National Police Hospital are smaller in size from day to day. Larger body parts are found only at the beginning of the search. This complicates the process of identifying victims of the fall of the Lion Air JT 610 aircraft.

Previously, the JT-610 aircraft with PK-LQP registration number fell in Tanjung Karawang, West Java, on Monday (29/10), about 13 minutes after taking off from Soekarno Hatta International Airport, Cengkareng, Tangerang, Banten. The plane carrying 189 people including the flight crew flew to Depati Amir Pangkal Pinang Airport.

Meanwhile, President Joko Widodo expressed his gratitude and appreciation for 859 people on the joint team who worked hard to search the ship’s body, the victims and a black box that had been found. In particular, the President expressed his appreciation for the inventors of the black box, namely Marine Hendra Saputra and Noor Ali from Technology Development Research Agency.

He explained that in this search process, the joint team continued to work hard with the help of modern equipment capable of detecting objects on the seabed. The President hopes that this search process can immediately find the desired results.

“I only entrust to use all of the capabilities and technology available and work quickly to find those that have not been found,” he said.

Furthermore, the President asked the National Transportation Safety Committee to immediately explore the causes of the plane crash with the flight number JT-610 so that the government could immediately decide what steps to take.

“What is clear is that in my opinion passenger safety must be prioritized and we hope that there will be no more such accidents in the future,” the President added.