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Solidarity Until the End

The humanitarian effort does not look to be ending anytime soon. The officers and volunteers involved are committed to completing their mission with determination and sincerity.

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Indonesian Navy ships, water police ships, and Indonesian Air Force Super Puma helicopters were used to search for victims and black boxes of the Sriwijaya Air SJ-182 aircraft that crashed in the waters of the Thousand Islands, DKI Jakarta, Monday (11/1/2021).

Simon Boyke Sinaga, 42, made two dives into the waters off Lancang Island in Thousands Islands regency on Monday (11/1). Together with other members of the search and rescue (SAR) team, Simon continued the search for victims and survivors of the Sriwijaya Air flight SJ-182 passenger jet.

Simon made his first dive at around 10 o’clock in the morning with two other divers. The KN SAR Wisnu, a state-owned vessel, departed Jakarta International Container Terminal (JICT) 2 in Tanjung Priok, North Jakarta, to carry Simon and 10 other divers to the crash site to continue the SAR operation.

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