Friday, April 23, 2021

Search For Indonesia's Missing Submarine Intensifies With Oxygen Onboard Set To Run Out In Hours


CNN: Indonesian navy detects object, narrows search area for missing submarine 

Jakarta, Indonesia (CNN)Indonesian search teams believe they have identified an area where a missing naval submarine with 53 people on board could be located, as authorities warn oxygen on the vessel will run out within hours. 

The area of interest is about 40 kilometers (approximately 25 miles) north of Bali, where oil had been spotted on the surface of the water near the dive point, and where an object likely to have come from the submarine was detected, according to Maj. Gen. Achmad Riad, the head of the military's central information unit.  

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More News On the Search For Indonesia's Missing Submarine 

Frantic hunt for Indonesian submarine as rescuers home in on signal -- AFP 

Indonesian sub's crew oxygen dwindles as worries grow -- FOX News/AP  

Missing Indonesian submarine running out of air and time as U.S. joins search -- NBC  

US joins race to find stricken Indonesia submarine -- BBC  

25 Indonesian vessels involved in submarine search; Singapore's MV Swift Rescue expected to join in tonight -- CNA  

We WILL find you: Indonesian officer hunting for missing submarine looks at pictures of lost crew as search team hones in on radar contact with oxygen onboard set to run out in just hours -- Daily Mail


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Anonymous said...

RIP Indonesian sailors.