Indonesia finds items from a lost submarine, indicating that it has sunk


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“With the real evidence believed to have come from Nangala, we are escalating the situation from a secondary state to a semi-submerged stage,” said Margono, using a military term that means the submarine has sunk. Officials previously considered the submarine “missing”. The story continues at the bottom of the announcement. He said that search and rescue personnel had discovered the ship at a depth of 850 meters, a depth at which survival would be almost impossible. Margono has not confirmed or commented on the submarine. The fate of the crew members said, and rescuers are still working to locate and evacuate the crew trapped inside. But officials said earlier that the oxygen supply from the submarine would have run out early Saturday morning, and an international rescue operation is underway to find the missing submarine, which officials said may have lost its energy while diving and was shattered by water pressure at such depths. The Indonesian Navy has cleared a US P-8 Poseidon reconnaissance plane to aid in the efforts, along with a warship from Australia. It is expected to get more resources from Singapore and Malaysia on Saturday. Margono said: “The rescue team on the ground is working very hard.” But he added that there is “an exceptional difficulty in conducting an operation at this depth.” Other than objects, rescuers also discovered an oil spill and discovered an unknown object showing high magnetism at a site about 40 kilometers north of Bali. The submarine was lost, and relatives were clinging to the hope that their loved ones would be discovered alive. The hashtag # PrayForKRINanggala402 has been heading in the country since Friday, as the recent disaster has gripped a country that in recent years has suffered from a natural disaster and tragedy, the latest of which is the Coronavirus pandemic. Officer Miss Guntur Ari Prasitia, who was on board the submarine, said she had been unable to sleep for three days. She said she had spoken to her husband over a video call just 30 minutes before he left aboard the Nanggala, which he had sailed for a decade, and said she was extremely distraught, she said, to tell their 8-year-old daughter what had happened. “I don’t know how to explain it to her,” said Asmara, a 33-year-old university lecturer in Surabaya. “She constantly asks why I am crying.” She learned of the accident, she said, from the WhatsApp group of sailors’ wives and crew members on board the submarine. Winnie Widayani, Colonel Harry Sitiawan’s 45-year-old wife, said he has been serving with Nanggala for nearly two decades. Inspired by his father, Widente said her 18-year-old son plans to join the army next year. “I know my husband is strong,” she said. “I think he will survive and we can get back together,” said Mahtani from Hong Kong.


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