A tragic mum’s final Instagram post after she boarded a doomed plane in Indonesia featured two laughing children and two emojis blowing kisses. Ratih Windania posted the image just before she got on the Boeing 737 at Jakarta airport which crashed into the sea minutes after take-off. The internal flight had 62 passengers and crew when it crashed on Saturday. Alongside the image it was captioned: “Bye bye family. We’re heading home for now.” Ratih’s brother Irfansyah Riyanto posted a picture of the family on Instagram saying: “Pray for us.” Indonesian authorities said they had recovered pieces of wreckage and body parts on Sunday from the waters north of the capital where Sriwijaya Air Flight SJ 182 disappeared in rainy weather . Photos show rescue workers pulling debris from the water in a desperate search for survivors. Residents of Thousand Island said they heard two explosions before finding items in the sea. Surachman, a local government official, told Kompas TV that fishermen found what appeared to be the wreckage of an aircraft in waters north of Jakarta and a search was underway. “We found some cables, a piece of jeans, and pieces of metal on the water,” Zulkifli, a security… Read full this story
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