- Shoes of passengers of Lion Air Flight 610 at Tanjung Priok port in Jakarta, Indonesia on Wednesday.
- Rescue crews are amassing piles of shoes during their search for victims and possible survivors of Monday’s Lion Air Flight 610 plane crash.
- Chilling photographs of the recovery site at Tanjung Priok port in Jakarta, Indonesia, show the extent of the tragedy, with baby shoes among the many others.
- Flight 610 had 189 people on board when it crashed into the Java Sea. The aircraft had been faulty on the last flight it took.
Heartbreaking photos show shoes belonging to Lion Air crash victims piled up at the recovery site in Tanjung Priok port in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Images captured by Reuters photographers show the full extent of Monday’s disaster that likely killed all 189 people on board, including pictures of several pairs of baby shoes.
- An investigator holding a pair of baby shoes.
- Partially destroyed shoes recovered from the crash.
As of Wednesday night, rescuers had not found any survivors from the Boeing 737 Max 8’s crash into the Java Sea, but the Indonesian navy located a 22-meter-long object 32 meters deep on Tuesday night that they think is the hull of the 40-meter-long plane.
- A pair of baby shoes at the Lion Air rescue base.
So far, 49 body bags have been filled by rescue teams and given to investigators, CNN reported on Wednesday.
Rescue crews have focused their attention on finding the black box, which records flight data, Sky News reported.
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