Energy intensifies to recover black containers immediately after Boeing 737 crash in Java Sea close to Jakarta

JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — The look for for the black bins of a crashed Sriwijaya Air jet intensified Monday to increase the investigation into what triggered the aircraft carrying 62 people today to nosedive at large velocity into the Java Sea.

The Boeing 737-500 jet disappeared minutes after taking off from Jakarta, Indonesia’s capital, in the course of large rain on Saturday, and the lookup so considerably has yielded plane sections and human continues to be but no sign of survivors.

Authorities have said signals from the boxes containing the cockpit voice and flight facts recorders had been detected amongst Lancang and Laki islands in the Thousand Island chain just north of Jakarta’s coastline. Officers said they have marked a place the place the seems have been becoming emitted from the black boxes, which detached from the tail of the aircraft when it plummeted into the sea.

Indonesian authorities believe

Proud Scots mum hails ‘warrior’ son, 7, for miracle fightback after being hit by car in horror crash

A PROUD mum has hailed her “warrior” son for his miracle fightback from horror injuries he suffered when he was hit by a car.

Sarah-Jayne Plunkett, 39, also paid tribute to hero medics who saved seven-year-old Stephen Edward Torley’s life with an extraordinary brain op.


Sarah-Jayne Plunkett has hailed her ‘warrior’ son Stephen Edward Torley
The 7-year-old has made a remarkable recovery after being hit by a car


The 7-year-old has made a remarkable recovery after being hit by a car

Surgeons relieved deadly pressure on his skull by extracting two pieces of bone — then inserted them into his stomach until they were needed.

After waking from a three-week coma, the brave schoolboy had to learn to walk, talk and eat again.

But Sarah-Jayne told how she is delighted with Stephen Edward’s incredible progress since then.

She said: “If you ask him, ‘Show us your muscles’, he flexes his wee bicep.

Stephen Edward had pieces of bone removed from his skull and put in his stomach


Stephen Edward had pieces of bone removed from