Black Box from Crashed Lion Air Jet Retrieved

Indonesia’s Director General of Air Transportation has confirmed that the black box of the crashed Lion Air Jet has been retrieved. One of the two boxes have been retrieved as told to CNN, but not confirmed which one. He also told that it will take two to three weeks to read the data, and a further two to three months to analyze it and added that “some parts” of the plane’s fuselage has been found as well.

Caption: Divers discovered one of the black box from JT610 on Thursday.

On Tuesday, a Lion Air jet crashed minutes within taking off from Jakarta airport. The plane was a Boeing 737 MAX number JT610. All 189 people on board were confirmed to be dead as the crash only left debris.

With the black box of the plane now found, there shall be more information as to the reason(s) for the crash.

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