Tuesday, 18 August 2015

Indonesian Plane Carrying 54 Passengers Which Went Missing On Sunday, Found Crashed

Indonesian rescue workers have reached the crash site of a passenger plane that went down in a mountainous area with 54 people on board. The teams on the ground have so far seen at least 38 bodies at the scene and haven't found any survivors.

Helicopters are being deployed to the densely forested area in the eastern Indonesian province of Papua to begin the evacuation process.

The airliner, operated by the Indonesian carrier Trigana Air Service, lost contact with air traffic control Sunday about half an hour into a short flight from the provincial capital to a town in the mountains.

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