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The Indonesian police hospital's DVI team closed the identification process, 125 Lion Air PK-LQP victims, which was successfully confirmed


TIM Police Disaster Officer (DVI) Police Completed the Identification Process for Victims of the Airplane Lion Air PK-LQP Air Force on Friday (11/23/2018).

Police Officer of the Republic of Indonesia Police Brigades General Arthur Tampi said the identification process began on 29 October and ended on November 23, 2018 today. He said the DVI team had completely identified 125 bodies of victims.

"It has been identified as 125 passengers, with details that follow, 79 men, 46 women," said Arthur at Kramat Jati Police Hospital, east Jakarta, Friday, 11/23/2018.

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Of that number there are 123 Indonesian citizens (WNI) and two foreign nationals (WNA). The two foreigners were from Italy and India.

"Based on citizenship, there are 123 Indonesian citizens, two foreign citizens," he said.

The DVI Head of Police Commissioner Pol Lisda Cancer, the 125 bodies were identified by body parts that were successfully found by the evacuation group. The total passengers who have not yet been identified are 64 people.

"So it's based on the body part found so far," explained Lisda. (Vincentius Jyestha)

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