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Saturday, May 12, 2012

12 mayat nahas Sukhoi ditemui

myMetro | 12 mayat nahas Sukhoi ditemui:


JERUK (Indonesia): Kumpulan penyelamat Indonesia semalam menemui 12 mayat mangsa nahas pesawat Sukhoi Russia yang terhempas di lereng curam Gunung Salak ketika penerbangan untuk mempamerkan kemampuannya kepada pembeli.


Persoalan kian memuncak bagaimana pesawat penumpang Sukhoi Superjet 100 dengan enjin berkembar yang baru itu dan dipandu oleh juruterbang veteran boleh terhempas di Gunung Salak, gunung berapi tidak aktif yang mempunyai rupa bumi terkenal berbahaya di kalangan juruterbang. Petugas penyelamat berhempas-pulas untuk sampai ke kawasan hutan di lereng gunung itu menggunakan peralatan mendaki, termasuk tali bagi memanjat berhampiran cerun gunung itu di mana mayat dan serpihan pesawat berselerakan.



“Hari ini kami tiba ke kawasan nahas dan menemui 12 mayat mangsa. Kami akan meneruskan operasi pemindahan,” kata ketua agensi mencari dan menyelamat kebangsaan, Daryatmo. “Saya masih belum tahu keadaan tubuh mayat. Kami belum dapat memindahkan mereka kerana masih di dalam beg mayat,” katanya kepada wartawan di Jakarta. Leftenan Kolonel Oni Junianto yang membantu operasi menyelamat berkata kepada media: “Sesetengah mayat kelihatan seperti dihempaskan pada objek keras, tetapi mereka masih boleh dikenal pasti.




“Tiada tanda menunjukkan mereka terbakar,” katanya.



Sebaik dikeluarkan dari kawasan itu, mayat akan dibawa oleh helikopter ke Jakarta di mana pihak berkuasa akan melakukan ujian DNA terhadap saudara-mara bagi meneruskan proses pengenalpastian identiti. Bentuk rupa bumi yang sukar di mana kebanyakan hari diselubungi kabus tebal adalah cabaran terbesar kepada penyelamat dan menghalang helikopter mendekati kawasan nahas yang berada pada kecerunan 5,900 kaki tinggi. - JP


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1 comment:

  1. Salam sdra ni Tragedi malang akibat kebodohan...tq atas pos anda...

    Pesawat ini terhempas akibat kebodohan pilot Russia yang selalu kuat minum arak...kita tengok masa LIMA di Langkawi, mereka 'mabuk'dulu sebelum dan selepas menerbangkan pesawat canggih sp Mig-29 dan Sukhoi Su-30...
    pilot Su-100 ini bersalah kerana membunuh diri dan 47 penumpang pesawat malang ini...ATC di Halim patut juga di persalahkan kerana tak advise them on the flight plan and the weather around Mt Salak ...jam 14:33 kan tengahari memang ada thermal, awan tebal, hujan...dilaporkan mereka buat 'pre-flt chek dan dapati pesawat itu elok sb terbang...tapi mereka tak buat 'pre-flt check pada pilot"...

    Pasti mereka tak pernah dengar FAA regulation, sebab they don't know English...sila ke http://flightphysical.com/pilot/alcohol.htm untuk details...

    Federal Aviation Regulation (CFR) 91.17
    The use of alcohol and drugs by pilots is regulated by CFR 91.17. Among other provisions, this regulation states that no person may operate or attempt to operate an aircraft:
    • within 8 hours of having consumed alcohol
    • while under the influence of alcohol
    • with a blood alcohol content of 0.04% or greater
    • while using any drug that adversely affects safety

    Hard facts about alcohol
    • It's a sedative, hypnotic, and addicting drug.
    • Alcohol quickly impairs judgment and leads to behavior that can easily contribute to, or cause accidents.
    The erratic effects of alcohol
    • Alcohol is rapidly absorbed from the stomach and small intestine, and transported by the blood throughout the body. Its toxic effects vary considerably from person to person, and are influenced by variables such as gender, body weight, rate of consumption (time), and total amount consumed.
    • The average, healthy person eliminates pure alcohol at a fairly constant rate - about 1/3 to 1/2 oz. of pure alcohol per hour, which is equivalent to the amount of pure alcohol contained in any of the popular drinks listed in Table 1. This rate of elimination of alcohol is relatively constant, regardless of the total amount of alcohol consumed. In other words, whether a person consumes a few or many drinks, the rate of alcohol elimination from the body is essentially the same. Therefore, the more alcohol an individual consumes, the longer it takes his/her body to get rid of it.
    • Even after complete elimination of all of the alcohol in the body, there are undesirable effects-hangover-that can last 48 to 72 hours following the last drink.
    • The majority of adverse effects produced by alcohol relate to the brain, the eyes, and the inner ear-three crucial organs to a pilot.
    • Brain effects include impaired reaction time, reasoning, judgment, and memory. Alcohol decreases the ability of the brain to make use of oxygen. This adverse effect can be magnified as a result of simultaneous exposure to altitude, characterized by a decreased partial pressure of oxygen.
    • Visual symptoms include eye muscle imbalance, which leads to double vision and difficulty focusing.
    • Inner ear effects include dizziness, and decreased hearing perception.
    • If other variables are added, such as sleep deprivation, fatigue, medication use, altitude hypoxia, or flying at night or in bad weather, the negative effects are significantly magnified.

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