Crashed Lion Air Jet ‘Found’ on Seabed, Say Rescue Workers

Divers believe they’ve found the fuselage of the Lion Air passenger jet that crashed into the sea Monday with 189 people on board. Indonesia’s military chief said Wednesday that rescue crews “strongly believe” they’ve found the location of the wreckage inside the 15-nautical-mile-wide search area they’ve been investigating since the plane lost contact with air-traffic control. Navy Col. Haris Djoko Nugroho said a 22-meter-long object had been found in waters about 32 meters deep. No survivors have been found—divers have recovered body parts, clothing, and debris. The two-month-old Boeing plane plunged into the Java Sea on Monday just minutes after takeoff from Jakarta, with everyone on board presumed dead.