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DVI Team Sends Identification Result of 20 Lion Air Victims
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DVI Team Sends Identification Result of 20 Lion Air Victims

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Lion Air Corporate Communications Strategic Danang Mandala Prihantoro said National Police Disaster Victim Identification (DVI) team sent identification results of 20 downed Lion Air victims.

“The confirmation result is issued at 20:30 after we find a match between forensic and antemortem test and DNA data given by victims’ family to Police DVI team,” said Danang in a written statement, on Thursday, November 8.

Danang said Lion Air had passed victims’ body to the families in Sukanto National Police Hospital during a ceremony on Thursday evening. The delivery was given directly by Batik Air Safety Director Capt. Wamildan Tsani.

Read: Victims-Family to File-Lawsuit Agains Lion Air, Reports Say

 

On behalf of Lion Air, Danang offered the deepest condolence to all families of victims. “As of today, 71 bodies have been identified,” Danang added.

Lion Air JT 610 with registration number PK-LQP crashed into waters of Tanjung Pakis, Karawang, West Java on Monday, October 29. The Boeing 737 Max 8 carrying 180 passengers, one child, and two babies, as well as two pilot and five cabin crews, went off the radar since 06:33 local times.

The 20 victims of Lion Air crash that have been identified and sent to families are:

1. Tri Haszka Hafidzi (man)

2. Inayah Fatma Kurnia Dewi (woman)

3. Hesti Nuraini (woman)

4. Junior Pribadi (man)

5. Mery Yulyanda (woman)

6. Yunita (woman)

7. Daryanto (man)

8. Arif Yustian (man)

9. Denny Maulana (man)

10. Shintia Melina (woman)

11. Tan Toni (man)

12. Indra Bayu Aji (man)

13. Linda (woman)

14. Filzaladi (man)

15. Ary Budiastuti (woman)

16. Wendy (man)

17. Hasnawati (woman)

18. Dolar (man)

19. Abdul Efendi (man) 

20. Hedy (man).

MUHAMMAD HENDARTYO



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