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Gie Wahyudi @giewahyudi
Sedih banget lihat foto barang yang ditemukan di area jatuhnya Lion Air #JT610 ini. 😭😭😭 #PrayforJT610 📷 ig : rikawidhiana pic.twitter.com/AHG3rxevkN
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JUST IN: Indonesia’s Lion Air flight JT610 has crashed, according to Indonesia’s rescue agency bloom.bg/2AwPsSt pic.twitter.com/s3UUcctSBZ
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UPDATE: Here’s the flight path of Indonesia’s Lion Air #JT610, from @flightradar24 data. It’s not clear how many passengers and crew were on board bloom.bg/2CMKjav pic.twitter.com/5O4PxhjB4p
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Lion Air #JT610 was flying a Boeing 737 Max-8. Lion Air Group's Malindo Air was the first to put the Max-8 into service. 1st plane was delivered in May 2017 📷: Boeing Max-9, with similar wingtips to a Max-8 Check out @business’ Live Blog for updates 👉 bloom.bg/2EOPrxn pic.twitter.com/bM0gQXAoQP
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Here's more on the Boeing Max-8 aircraft in the Lion Air #JT610 plane crash Click through to @business’ Live Blog for more updates 👉 bloom.bg/2EOPrxn pic.twitter.com/ZYi7AENbfQ
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Indonesia's last major air accident was almost 4 years ago when an AirAsia flight crashed in December 2014. AirAsia flight QZ8501 went missing from Surabaya, Indonesia, to Singapore with 162 people on board pic.twitter.com/6dhKwKFvGs
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Boeing Airplanes @BoeingAirplanes
Boeing is aware of reports of an airplane accident and is closely monitoring the situation.
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Boeing says they are monitoring the situation with the Lion Air #JT610 crash twitter.com/BoeingAirplane…
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UPDATE: 189 people were aboard Lion Air #JT610, reports Indonesia's Transportation Safety Committee. The Transport Ministry earlier reported 188 people aboard Click through to @business’ Live Blog for more updates 👉 bloom.bg/2EOPrxn pic.twitter.com/hKhPstbFDq
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UPDATE: Here's the latest breakdown of those on board the crashed Lion Air #JT610 plane, from Indonesia's Transportation and Safety Committee pic.twitter.com/5uhD6sYwIV
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MORE: The Lion Air jet that crashed was fit for operations, the airline has said in a statement. It was manufactured in 2018 and entered service for Lion on Aug. 15. The captain and co-pilot had 6,000 and 5,000 flight hours of experience, respectively (via @HarrySuhartono) pic.twitter.com/poXafbGpw1
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IN PHOTOS: Relatives of passengers on the crashed plane Lion Air #JT610 hold each other for comfort and pray at the Depati Amir Airport in Pangkal Pinang, Indonesia pic.twitter.com/l2Mqyu6NNn
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Indonesia's Transportation Safety Committee holds a press conference on the crashed Lion Air #JT610. The search team reports they have found some personal belongings from passengers and life vests from the crash pic.twitter.com/i3qOqBpyFr
DExter 😎 @dexter_lab32
@tictoc Deeply saddened with what's happening in #Indonesia.. May god bless them..
daniVERDEN @DaniVerden
@tictoc 😭😭😭 Praying the best thing for them.
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IN PHOTOS: Rescuers in Indonesia inspect debris believed to be from Lion Air #JT610. An oil slick in the water is also believed to be from the crashed plane 📷: BNPB via AP pic.twitter.com/KXY1Vz2hRZ
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Families and relatives of passengers comfort each other at the local airport on the Indonesian island of Bangka while rescue workers are dispatched to the crash site pic.twitter.com/5ss20vSiJt
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Debris from Lion Air #610 lies on the surface of waters by the Karawang area. Indonesia’s disaster agency spokesperson @Sutopo_PN shares a video from tugboats helping with rescue efforts pic.twitter.com/PHZd0bWeu8
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Divers from Indonesia’s Search and Rescue Special Forces work to recover debris from the crashed Lion Air #JT610 plane 📷: @SAR_NASIONAL pic.twitter.com/HLnyNaXPHx
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Indonesia's Search and Rescue Agency has about 160 people deployed in search and rescue at the site of the Lion Air #JT610 crash in Java Sea-- about 34 miles east off from Jakarta (via @kuttybloomberg) pic.twitter.com/kbIf7N18Dy
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﮼مها @Mahayah
@tictoc الله يرحمهم ويعينهم يارب
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The crashed Lion Air plane was serving the Bali-Jakarta route on Sunday night. The pilots for the Denpasar-Jakarta flight reported a technical problem with the plane, but the aircraft was cleared by engineers prior to today's ill-fated flight (via @HarrySuhartono) pic.twitter.com/Sa0B48euXD
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