FDR Search, Indonesia Mt Salak Closed
The closure is aimed at blocking people from entering the crash site.
VIVAnews – The National SAR Agency (Basarnas) and the National Transportation Safety Committee (KNKT) extends efforts to retrieve the Flight Data Recorder (FDR) of the crashed Russian Sukhoi Superjet-100 in Mount Salak, West Java.
“Several teams will be on duty in shifts,” said Operational Chief of the National SAR Agency, Sunarbowo, to VIVAnews, on Tuesday night, May 29.
According to Sunarbowo, the search will be performed within the next few weeks. “We learned from the crash in Medan. At that time, the plane’s FDR was recovered after 28 days,” he said.
The search team, he continued, cannot predict the FDR’s location. The FDR’s location may have been shifted from the original estimated location.
“Because of its location on the cliff, as well as days of downpours, it may not have been in the place that we had predicted earlier,” he said.
Meanwhile, Commander of Surya Kencana, Colonel AM Putranto, said to expedite the search process, the hiking trail on Mount Salak is temporarily closed. “In one month, the hiking trail will be closed to the public,” he said.
He said that the closure is aimed at blocking people from entering the crash site.
Until now, the only black box component found is the Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR). The National Transportation Safety Committee (KNKT) claimed that it had successfully read the cockpit voice recorder. However, the results of the preliminary investigation had not been made public yet.
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