AirAsia QZ8501 Could Have Crashed In Sea
JAKARTA, Dec 28 – AirAsia flight QZ8501 from Surabaya to Singapore is believed to have crashed at the location 03.22.46 South and 108.50.07 East, in waters around 80-100 nautical miles from Belitung, a National Search and Rescue Agency (Basarnas) official has said.
Basarnas Pangkalpinang spokesman Supriandi was quoted in jakartapost.com as saying that it had dispatched a rescue team to Belitung. It is believed that the Airbus A320-200 had circled over the sea near Belitung to avoid a storm before it experienced severe turbulence and crashed into the ocean. QZ8502 is reported to have had 155 passengers on board, 16 of which were children.
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