The process of identifying victims of the Sukhoi Superjet 100 airplane crash has been completed by the forensic team combined. The next step is to reconstruct the body parts and starting tomorrow, Tuesday (05/21/2012), the family is allowed to see the bodies.
Diseaster Executive Director of Victim Identification (DVI) Anton Castilani Commissioner appealed to the family who are still in a state of profound grief or not mentally strong, to not see the bodies of their families who are victims.
"Mental sometimes psychological discomfort to the family. Otherwise we strongly advice not to see," he told reporters at the Police Hospital Bhayangkara, Kramat Jati, East Jakarta, Monday (05/21/2012).
Anton went on, his team has prepared a psychologist to assist the grieving families. In such assistance, the psychologist assigned to conduct persuasive measures to the family able to accept the accident and can resume his life back.
"In addition, make sure that the relevant mental psychology has a strong enough or able to see the poor condition of the bodies," he continued.
Long process of joint forensic team of Diseaster Victim Identification (DVI) and Indonesia Automatic Identification System Identication Finger Prints (Inafis) Police Headquarters finally yielded positive results.
A total of 45 Russian-flagged passenger plane that crashed on Mount Salak has been identified. Identification success is obtained through the matching of data collected ante mortem from a family with the data post mortem of the bodies of victims who were evacuated to Jakarta.