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Indonesia tries to recover the black boxes of the wrecked plane

Jakarta, Jan 11 (EFE) .- Teams of divers try to recover this Monday the two black boxes of the wrecked plane on the Indonesian coast, where 62 people were traveling, which will serve to analyze the reasons for the accident. Search and rescue teams resumed operations this morning after locating in the sea the wreckage of the commercial plane of the Sriwajaya airline that disappeared from the radar on Saturday minutes after taking off from Jakarta. Bagus Puruhito, director of the Indonesian search and rescue agency, indicated that they have captured two signals that would belong to the black boxes of the device – which record the flight data and cabin conversations – and have managed to delimit an area of ​​between 150 and 200 meters the possible location. Divers have yet to find the exact point where the devices are located in the tangle of aircraft debris that lie on the seabed and at a depth greater than 20 meters. The authorities, who have deployed 53 boats and 18 boats and have expanded the search perimeter, the rescue agency reported today, are confident that the recovery of the black boxes will be quick. One of the machine’s turbines, located and recovered on Sunday, is already in port and investigators are checking it for the first clues that explain the incident, rescue teams reported. The plane, a Boeing 737-524 registered in 1994, crashed in the Java Sea after taking off from Sukarno-Hatta International Airport, in the Indonesian capital, bound for Pontianak, capital of West Borneo. Authorities announced on Saturday afternoon that contact with the aircraft had been lost at 2:40 p.m. (local time, 6:40 GMT), about thirteen minutes after takeoff and without the Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) having issued any notice. . By this time, the plane had abruptly changed direction and was losing altitude at high speed, prompting the control tower to ask the pilots what was happening when it suddenly disappeared from radar. At the moment, the causes of the accident on the plane, in which 50 passengers were traveling, including three babies and seven other minors, and twelve crew members, all of Indonesian nationality, are unknown. (c) EFE Agency

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