Divers join AirAsia wreck search as bad weather relents

January 6th, 2015  
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Topic: Divers join AirAsia wreck search as bad weather relents

By Fergus Jensen and Cindy Silviana PANGKALAN BUN/JAKARTA, Indonesia (Reuters) - Search teams including divers took advantage of a let-up in bad weather on Tuesday to try to reach the wreckage of an AirAsia jet that crashed nine days ago, and to recover bodies and find its black box flight recorders. Indonesian officials believe they may have located the tail and parts of the fuselage of the Airbus A320-200 at the bottom of the Java Sea, but strong currents, high winds and big waves have hindered attempts to investigate the debris. Flight QZ8501 plunged into the water off Borneo island on ...


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