Search for Indonesian crashed jet extended

Added On November 6, 2018

Now the latest on the Indonesian Lion Air plane crash.
The search operation has been prolonged for three days as some major items of the aircraft remain missing.
Spokesman of National Search and Rescue Office Sinaga said their key focus is on finding the cockpit voice recorder, the frame of the fuselage and the body parts of the almost new Boeing 737 Max 8 air craft.
He added that after the extension a meeting involving all the stakeholders would decide whether to continue the search mission or not.
The spokesman said by far, at least 105 body bags containing body parts of the passengers have been handed to the disaster victim identification unit of the national police hospital in Jakarta.
The Indonesian police hospital has identified 14 bodies of the passengers and crew members on board of the crashed plane through medical examination process.
The Boeing 737 Max 8 jet en route to the city of Pangkal Pinang crashed shortly after taking off from Jakarta's Soekarno-Hatta international airport last Monday.
It is believed that all 189 people onboard the plane have been killed.