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写真 | 2018年 11月 3日 03:00 JST

Indonesian plane crashes into sea

Relatives of passengers of Lion Air, flight JT610, that crashed into the sea cry at Depati Amir Airport in Pangkal Pinang, Indonesia. An Indonesian airliner crashed into the sea on Monday, with the likely loss of all 189 people on board, as it tried to return to Jakarta minutes after take-off.

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Relatives of passengers of Lion Air, flight JT610, that crashed into the sea cry at Depati Amir Airport in Panmore

Relatives of passengers of Lion Air, flight JT610, that crashed into the sea cry at Depati Amir Airport in Pangkal Pinang, Indonesia. An Indonesian airliner crashed into the sea on Monday, with the likely loss of all 189 people on board, as it tried to return to Jakarta minutes after take-off. Antara Foto/Hadi Sutrisno via REUTERS
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Rescue team members arrange the wreckage, showing part of the logo of Lion Air flight JT610, that crashed into the sea, at Tanjung Priok port in Jakarta, Indonesia. 


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Rescue team members arrange the wreckage, showing part of the logo of Lion Air flight JT610, that crashed intomore

Rescue team members arrange the wreckage, showing part of the logo of Lion Air flight JT610, that crashed into the sea, at Tanjung Priok port in Jakarta, Indonesia. REUTERS/Stringer
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An aerial view shows the site where it is believed the Lion Air flight JT610 crashed, that took off from Jakarta and crashed into the sea, Indonesia. 



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An aerial view shows the site where it is believed the Lion Air flight JT610 crashed, that took off from Jakarmore

An aerial view shows the site where it is believed the Lion Air flight JT610 crashed, that took off from Jakarta and crashed into the sea, Indonesia. Indonesian Air Force/via REUTERS
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Rescue team members carry a body bag with the remains of a passenger of Lion Air, flight JT610, that crashed into the sea, at the Tanjung Priok port in Jakarta, Indonesia. 


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Rescue team members carry a body bag with the remains of a passenger of Lion Air, flight JT610, that crashed imore

Rescue team members carry a body bag with the remains of a passenger of Lion Air, flight JT610, that crashed into the sea, at the Tanjung Priok port in Jakarta, Indonesia. REUTERS/Stringer
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Workers of PT Pertamina examine recovered debris of what is believed from the crashed Lion Air flight JT610, onboard Prabu ship owned by PT Pertamina, off the shore of Karawang regency, West Java province, Indonesia. 


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Workers of PT Pertamina examine recovered debris of what is believed from the crashed Lion Air flight JT610, omore

Workers of PT Pertamina examine recovered debris of what is believed from the crashed Lion Air flight JT610, onboard Prabu ship owned by PT Pertamina, off the shore of Karawang regency, West Java province, Indonesia. Antara Foto/PT Pertamina/via REUTERS
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Rescue workers stand next to body bags at the port of Tanjung Priok, that are believed to be from Lion Air flight JT610, that took off from Jakarta and crashed into the sea, in Jakarta, Indonesia. 



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Rescue workers stand next to body bags at the port of Tanjung Priok, that are believed to be from Lion Air flimore

Rescue workers stand next to body bags at the port of Tanjung Priok, that are believed to be from Lion Air flight JT610, that took off from Jakarta and crashed into the sea, in Jakarta, Indonesia. Basarnas/via REUTERS
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Rescue team members arrange the wreckage, showing part of the logo of Lion Air flight JT610, that crashed into the sea, at Tanjung Priok port in Jakarta, Indonesia. 


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Rescue team members arrange the wreckage, showing part of the logo of Lion Air flight JT610, that crashed intomore

Rescue team members arrange the wreckage, showing part of the logo of Lion Air flight JT610, that crashed into the sea, at Tanjung Priok port in Jakarta, Indonesia. REUTERS/Stringer
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A Basarnas crew member gathers debris which are believed to be from Lion Air flight JT610, that took off from Jakarta and crashed into the sea, Indonesia. 


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A Basarnas crew member gathers debris which are believed to be from Lion Air flight JT610, that took off from more

A Basarnas crew member gathers debris which are believed to be from Lion Air flight JT610, that took off from Jakarta and crashed into the sea, Indonesia. Basarnas/via REUTERS
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An Indonesian policeman holds wreckage recovered from Lion Air flight JT610 which crashed into the sea, at Tanjung Priok port in Jakarta, Indonesia.

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An Indonesian policeman holds wreckage recovered from Lion Air flight JT610 which crashed into the sea, at Tanmore

An Indonesian policeman holds wreckage recovered from Lion Air flight JT610 which crashed into the sea, at Tanjung Priok port in Jakarta, Indonesia. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan
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Relatives of passengers of Lion Air flight JT610 that crashed into the sea, arrive at crisis center at Soekarno Hatta International airport near Jakarta, Indonesia. 


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Relatives of passengers of Lion Air flight JT610 that crashed into the sea, arrive at crisis center at Soekarnmore

Relatives of passengers of Lion Air flight JT610 that crashed into the sea, arrive at crisis center at Soekarno Hatta International airport near Jakarta, Indonesia. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan
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Rescue personnel prepare to dive at the location where a Lion Air plane crashed into the sea in the north coast of Karawang regency, West Java province Indonesia. 


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Rescue personnel prepare to dive at the location where a Lion Air plane crashed into the sea in the north coasmore

Rescue personnel prepare to dive at the location where a Lion Air plane crashed into the sea in the north coast of Karawang regency, West Java province Indonesia. Antara Foto/Handout/Basarnas via REUTERS
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Workers of PT Pertamina examine recovered debris from what is believed to be the crashed Lion Air flight JT610, onboard Prabu ship owned by PT Pertamina off the shore of Karawang regency, West Java province, Indonesia.


 Antara Foto/PT Pertamina/via REUTERS

Workers of PT Pertamina examine recovered debris from what is believed to be the crashed Lion Air flight JT610more

Workers of PT Pertamina examine recovered debris from what is believed to be the crashed Lion Air flight JT610, onboard Prabu ship owned by PT Pertamina off the shore of Karawang regency, West Java province, Indonesia. Antara Foto/PT Pertamina/via REUTERS
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Indonesian Navy members carry body bags with the remains of passengers of Lion Air flight JT610, that crashed into the sea, during the recovery process at Tanjung Priok port in Jakarta, Indonesia.

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Indonesian Navy members carry body bags with the remains of passengers of Lion Air flight JT610, that crashed more

Indonesian Navy members carry body bags with the remains of passengers of Lion Air flight JT610, that crashed into the sea, during the recovery process at Tanjung Priok port in Jakarta, Indonesia. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan
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Lutfiani shows an undated picture of her husband, Deryl Fida Febrianto, a passenger on Lion Air flight JT610, that crashed into the sea, at her house in Surabaya, Indonesia.

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Lutfiani shows an undated picture of her husband, Deryl Fida Febrianto, a passenger on Lion Air flight JT610, more

Lutfiani shows an undated picture of her husband, Deryl Fida Febrianto, a passenger on Lion Air flight JT610, that crashed into the sea, at her house in Surabaya, Indonesia. Antara Foto/Didik Suhartono via REUTERS
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A rescue team prepares their boat before departing to the Lion Air flight JT610 crash site off the coast of Karawang regency, West Java province Indonesia.

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A rescue team prepares their boat before departing to the Lion Air flight JT610 crash site off the coast of Kamore

A rescue team prepares their boat before departing to the Lion Air flight JT610 crash site off the coast of Karawang regency, West Java province Indonesia. REUTERS/Beawiharta
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Gulshan Suneja, father of Bhavye Suneja, a pilot of Lion Air flight JT610 which crashed into the sea, is consoled before he leaves for Jakarta, in New Delhi, India.

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Gulshan Suneja, father of Bhavye Suneja, a pilot of Lion Air flight JT610 which crashed into the sea, is consomore

Gulshan Suneja, father of Bhavye Suneja, a pilot of Lion Air flight JT610 which crashed into the sea, is consoled before he leaves for Jakarta, in New Delhi, India. REUTERS/Anushree Fadnavis
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An Indonesian rescue team member points out the spot on a map where Lion Air flight JT610 crashed into the sea, at Tanjung Priok port in Jakarta, Indonesia.

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An Indonesian rescue team member points out the spot on a map where Lion Air flight JT610 crashed into the seamore

An Indonesian rescue team member points out the spot on a map where Lion Air flight JT610 crashed into the sea, at Tanjung Priok port in Jakarta, Indonesia. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan
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Indonesian rescue team members examine debris recovered from Lion Air flight JT610, that crashed into the sea, during the recovery process at Tanjung Priok port in Jakarta, Indonesia.

REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

Indonesian rescue team members examine debris recovered from Lion Air flight JT610, that crashed into the sea,more

Indonesian rescue team members examine debris recovered from Lion Air flight JT610, that crashed into the sea, during the recovery process at Tanjung Priok port in Jakarta, Indonesia. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan
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Wreckage recovered from Lion Air flight JT610, that crashed into the sea, lies at Tanjung Priok port in Jakarta, Indonesia.

REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

Wreckage recovered from Lion Air flight JT610, that crashed into the sea, lies at Tanjung Priok port in Jakartmore

Wreckage recovered from Lion Air flight JT610, that crashed into the sea, lies at Tanjung Priok port in Jakarta, Indonesia. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan
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