JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com– By the twelfth day, a total of 196 bodies containing body victims who suffered a drop in Lion Air PK-LQP JT 610 have been handed over to the National Police Department on Friday (11/09/2018) yesterday
Deputy for King's functions and readiness, General Nugroho Budi Wiryanto said on Friday that the Basarnas team only handed a bag of instruments to the National Police Hospital.
"This morning we gave only one bag of bags, sent it to the DVI Group of the National Police," said Sukhri at JICT 2 port in Tanjung Priok on Friday.
Suhri explained that parts of the victim's body were found by a group of divers on Friday morning at around 10:00 WIB.
Meanwhile, from Friday afternoon until evening, the Basarnas group of climbers did not find parts of the body of the victim on the floor of the sea.
"Today (yesterday) the discovery of the body of the victim was zero in Tanjung Pakis, so for today (yesterday) we only got one bag," said Suhri.
Search will continue on Saturday (11/10/2018). Sukhri stated that Vassor will evaluate the search process before deciding to continue the search.
It is known that this Saturday is scheduled to be the last day of the search, as the Head of Basarnas widened the search period for three days on Wednesday (11/07/2018).
The Lion Air JT 610 from Jakarta-Pangkal Pinang crashed at Tanjung Karawang in western Java on Monday (10/29/2018) in the morning.
The aircraft carried 181 passengers and 8 crew. All passengers and crew appear to have been killed in the accident.