Indonesian authorities halt search for victims of a plane crash that killed all 62 people on board, but the hunt would continue for the Sriwijaya Air jet’s cockpit voice recorder.
Indonesian authorities on Thursday ended the search for remaining victims and debris from the crashed #SriwijayaAir plane with 62 people on board. Transportation minister Sumadi said that a limited search for the missing cockpit voice recorder (CVR) will continue.
Indonesia has extended the search for victims of the #SriwijayaAir plane crash and aircraft's cockpit voice recorder (CVR) for another 3 days through Jan. 21, media reported. The Boeing 737-500 aircraft with 62 people on board slammed into the Java Sea on Jan. 9 after takeoff.
Indonesian authority has extended the search for victims of the #SriwijayaAir plane crash and the aircraft's cockpit voice recorder (CVR) and other materials for another 3 days through Jan. 21. The Boeing 737-500 aircraft with 62 people aboard slammed into the Java Sea on Jan. 9.
The cockpit warnings were sounding. A computerized voice repeated, “too low, terrain, too low, terrain… caution terrain… pull up, pull up, pull up.” 23 seconds before the landing, I asked Jeff a question. 15:30:21 Me: “Got any ideas?” 15:30:23 Jeff: “Actually not.”
Four years ago today, at this moment, air traffic control radioed #MH17 again and received no response. The cockpit voice recorder would capture a high-energy sound-wave lasting 2.3 milliseconds just before the end of transmission. It originated outside the fuselage.
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