Indonesian officials indicates that they have found the location where they think a Boeing 737 passenger plane crashed into the sea soon after departure from the the capitol of Indonesia Jakarta on Saturday.
There were 62 people on the air jet, which belongs to the Sriwijaya Air when it disappeared from radars within fourth minutes into its journey to the province of West Kalimantan.
More than 10 ships have been sent to the area in order to find the wreckage.
Yusri Yunus, who is a spokesman of the Jakarta police indicates that two bags had been given from the search and rescue agency.
“The first bag contained passengers’ properties, another bag contained body parts,”
He expressed reporters, adding: “We are still identifying these findings.”
Furthermore, four planes have also been sent to help with the rescue agency.