in addition to the seven crew members, three residents were killed in a train crash accident Fokker 27.

in addition to the seven crew members, three residents were killed in a train crash accident Fokker 27.

Jakarta : Indonesia | Jun 21, 2012 at 4:21 PM PDT
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Indonesia - Six Die As Plane Slams Into Homes
in addition to the seven crew members, three residents were killed in a train crash accident Fokker 27. Sub head of Air Force Colonel General Information General Sasongkojati asserted, in addition to the seven crew members, three residents were killed in a train crash accident Fokker 27. All three are at home when the crash happened. The total confirmed death toll to 10 people. "In addition to the seven crew members, three residents become victims. Son of Major John, Brian (6) and Naflin (2), and an unnamed aide," he said in a press conference at the House of Air Power Center of Indonesia, Halim Perdanakusuma, Jakarta Eastern, Thursday (21/06/2012). Great resume, Lieutenant Colonel John's house is located at Jalan Branjangan, RT 11 RW 01, Eagle Housing, Halim, one of eight houses burned. While John's wife, Martina, in critical condition. "The victims were treated at the Hospital Center Halim Perdanakusuma air base," he continued. Previously reported, the trainer aircraft the Air Force Fokker-27 is charged seven crew crashed in Eagle Housing, Halim Perdanakusuma. Fokker 27-500 aircraft with registration number 2708 crashed today at 14:45. Based on observation, residents are not allowed near the crash site training. The location is given a police line. The fuselage was still in the settlement. Two special purpose cars (evacuation vehicle) stationed at the site. Fokker 27 aircraft owned by Air Force housing complex that crashed in Eagle, Halim Perdanakusuma, East Jakarta, allegedly trying to land after experiencing problems in the field. However, the seven crew training aircraft contains the trigger-dived and hit eight home. "There was no explosion. Falling from the sky. I estimate that he had decided to land in the fields, but it finally hit home. Why landed in the fields also do not know," said Head of Sub Office of Public Information, Colonel General Sasongkojati Air Power in the Building Center of Indonesia , Halim Perdanakusuma, East Jakarta, Thursday (21/06/2012). Eight houses in RT 10 RW 11, Eagle Complex, Halim Perdanakusuma, East Jakarta alone, is located not far from the rice field. Eight houses are known in charred condition. "Maybe exposed to splashes of aviation fuel, the engine is hot it is," he continued. Meanwhile, for the cause of the crash, the Great revealed, it is still investigating. "We leave all to the Air Force," he continued. According to Azman Marsma Yunus as the Head of Information Department of the Air Force, Fokker 27 aircraft from taking off from Halim Perdanakusuma airport at around 13:10 with a routine training mission. The intended route is in the air around the air base Perdanakusuma Halim, East Jakarta. At 13:40 pm, local residents saw the plane was carrying seven crew members had spun in the air twice. Residents were suspicious because the plane is slowly lowering its height to hit eight Air Force's official residence. "First we look at eh really down, long deket. Dung. It said loudly, all the houses burned to the ground all around," said one resident. Ten people were killed in the accident. Seven crew members on behalf of Mayor Heri setiawan pilot, copilot Tek Agus Supriadi, Lieutenant Ahmad Syahroni PNS, Simmulato Sergeant, and Sergeant Purwo Wahyudi Serka Adianto. While the other three are residents, on behalf of Brian, Naflin and one unknown name. Now, the evacuation team is conducting evacuations across the wreckage of residential areas by using a two-car Special Purpose (evacuation vehicle).
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