Investigators Probe Bali Plane Crash

    This handout photo released by the Indonesian Search And Rescue Agency (SAR) on April 13, 2013 shows a Lion Air Boeing 737 lies submerged in the water after missing the runaway during landing at Bali's international airport near Denpasar. The Indonesian plane carrying more than 100 passengers broke in two after missing the runway at Bali airport on April 13 and landing in the sea, leaving dozens injured but no fatalities. AFP PHOTO/Indonesian Search And Rescue Agency (SAR)-----EDITORS NOTE---- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / Indonesian Search And Rescue Agency  (SAR)" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS        (Photo credit should read SONNY TUMBELAKA/AFP/Getty Images)

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    In somewhat of a miracle, not a single fatality was reported among the 108 passengers on board a Lion Air jet Saturday that missed the runway and crashed into the sea in Bali, snapping in half. Now, an investigation has launched into the incident. The National Transportation Safety Committee is examining the plane’s wreckage. The flight’s data recorder has already been removed, and divers are searching for the cockpit voice recorder. Some experts think wind may have played a role in the crash.

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