Email Updated April 16, 2013 09:26:56 Photo: All 108 passengers and crew survived the Lion Air crash. (AFP Photo: Indonesian Police) Map: Bali Air crash investigators are looking into how an Indonesian passenger jet overshot the runway in Bali, before crashing into the sea.The Lion Air Boeing 737 was carrying 108 passengers and crew, all of whom survived the crash.The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) says no Australians were on board the jet.The plane crashed at Ngurah Rai International Airport – Denpasar’s main airport – on Saturday evening, but no one is reported to have died.”The aircraft was from Bandung, West Java, and about to land in Bali Ngurah Rai Airport but it probably failed to reach the runway and fell into the sea,” Lion Air spokesman Edward Sirait said.He would not comment on the cause of the crash. An investigation is under way. Photo: The injured arrive at a hospital at Kedongan for treatment. (AFP: Sonny Tumbelaka) Hospital officials say 40 people have been treated for injuries including broken legs, head wounds and shock, though only four have been admitted to hospital.Amateur footage posted on the internet shows the plane cracked in half and submerged in the… Read full this story
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