The pilot and co-pilot of a Lion Air plane that crashed at Bali’s airport have passed initial drug tests, an official said on April 15, as investigators probe the causes of the accident that left dozens injured but no fatalities.
Indonesian millitary partially remove the crashed Lion Air plane from the sea near the coastline of Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali, Indonesia. A Lion Air jetliner was forced into an emergency landing near the coastline off Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport on 13 April, after it skidded off the runway. There were 108 people on board the Boeing 737 800 NG plane, which had been coming in for a 3:35 pm (0735 GMT) landing. All passengers were safely evacuated. Forty-five were taken to nearby hospitals for treatment of minor injuries.
Indonesian rescue workers use a crane to remove a section of a Lion Air Boeing 737 from the sea. An investigation team from Boeing investigate the wreck of the crashed Lion Air plane as its partially removed from the sea near the coastline of Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport.
Reprinted from NBC.