Black box of Indonesian crashed jet detected

Added On November 2, 2018

Rescuers have detected signals of the black boxes of the Lion Air plane that crashed on Monday in waters off West Indonesia's Java province.
Indonesia's national search and rescue agency made the announcement on Wednesday, adding the divers have also discovered items belonging to the passengers onboard on the sea bed.
The agency also said the fuselage of the plane is believed to be nearing to the sea bed.
But the agency said strong underwater currents hampered the efforts to find the fuselage.
All 189 people on board were feared dead as only body parts and plane debris have been found so far.
The plane was reportedly missing on Monday shortly after taking off from an international airport in Jakarta.