Lion Air flight lacking after scheduled take off from Jakarta

SCREENSHOT: Twitter/Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, Crisis Center Penanganan Jatuhnya Pesawat Lion Air JT 610
A Lion Air Boeing 737 with 188 passengers on board, has crashed into the ocean shortly after take off from the Jakarta. This is what we know…
• Flight JT 610 was on a scheduled flight to Pangkal Pinang, the primary town in the Bangka Belitung Islands. It departed Jakarta at 6.20am this morning.
• The flight should have taken an hour however disappeared from radar 13 minutes into the flight.
Now lost contact with Jakarta gourd control just a few minutes after take-off.
• The flight was final tracked crossing the sea.
• There are no reviews of any survivors or any our bodies recovered at this stage.
• The aircraft was a new Boeing 737 MAX 8.
Unheard of had earlier requested to return to Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta airport. This from the pinnacle of Pangkal Pinang’s search and rescue workplace as advised to the native news outlet Kompas.
• Debris has been spotted from an offshore oil rig. It has not been confirmed if that is from the lacking aircraft at this stage..

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