Friday, May 11, 2012

Two Bags of Sukhoi Victims' Bodies Already Transferred

By on 8:14 PM


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Two body bags of the victims of Sukhoi Superjet 100 that crashed into a cliff of Mount Salak, Cijeruk, Bogor Regency, on Wednesday afternoon, on Saturday morning (12/5/2012) have arrived at the International Halim Perdanakusuma, East Jakarta. . From the airport, the body bags filled with the victims’ bodies will be carried by ambulance vans to the Bhayangkara hospital.

Members of the families of the victims are recommended to wait at the hospital. More body bags will hopefully be transferred to the hospital today. Shrieks and cries of the victims’ family members are unstoppable upon hearing that all found victims are already dead.

The airfield commander Atang Sanjaya, First Marshal Tabri Santoso, said to Metro TV that SAR teams had succeeded in carrying three body bags from the nearby location of the Russian-made plane debris. The team had to toil up the hill using the ropes to reach where Super Puma helicopter is since the emergency helicopter pad is too small for Super Puma chopper to land.

Tabri said to Metro TV that Super Puma chopper can not land in the emergency helicopter pad, which is why the transfer of the body bags from the crash site had to be done with a help of ropes.
The victims’ bodies are then flown to Desa Cijeruk to be transferred to Bolco chopper, already waiting in the prepared field. After that, Bolco chopper is to fly with body bags on it to the International Halim Perdanakusuma airport.

It is reported that there will be 6 more body bags transferred from the crash site of Sukhoi Superjet 100.


What has happened to other victims of Sukhoi Superjet 100, who have not yet been found? All members of the families hope that there will be miracles happening to the victims of Sukhoi Superjet 100 although it looks too impossible if we look at how Sukhoi Superjet 100 crashed into the cliff.

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