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Jakarta : Indonesia | May 12, 2012 at 11:47 PM PDT
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'No sign of survivors' at Sukhoi SuperJet-100 crash site
According to the latest Agency Search and Rescue National Indonesia, rescuers found the bodies of 16 victims of the accident aircraft Sukhoi Superjet-100 (SSJ-100) of Russia at the Salak Mountains , Bogor.

The body almost intact was transferred by helicopter to hospital in Jakarta Police Kramat Jāti for identification. Initial information that a victim has been identified.

Director of Search and Rescue, said the country Idonesia Daryatmo for up to 12-5, rescuers have not found the black box of the SSJ-100.

The investigators are anxiously looking for the black box to answer key questions: why an experienced pilot would lower the altitude of 1,800 m to 3,000 m down and then crashed into a high mountain Salak approximately 2,200 m?

Among the conjecture, in addition to the causes of bad weather, pilot error, errors in the stage of flight organization, people are talking much about the intimate atmosphere on the flight performance. During this flight, the pilots often sudden increase height limits and fly close to the current regulations to the flexibility of the aircraft.

Sukhoi company's representative in Indonesia - Trimarga Rekatama - said 73 Russian experts, including mechanics, will participate in an investigation of the cause of this accident.Meanwhile, the state insurance company PT Jamsostek of Indonesia announced it would pay 1 billion rupiah (about $ 108,483) in compensation for victims
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16 bodies found on the Sukhoi.
The bodies were moved to Jakarta. Photo: AP
Le Thi Bich Lan is based in Vũng Tàu, Đông Nam Bộ, Vietnam, and is a Reporter for Allvoices.
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