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Indonesia plane crash: Shoes, wallets, backpacks retrieved from sea; forensic dept inspects belongings

For many families, these personal belongings -- which have been fished from the sea -- are heartbreaking evidence, confirming the fate of those who died on Indonesian Lion Air flight 610 that crashed on Monday

Indonesia plane crash: Shoes, wallets, backpacks retrieved from sea; forensic dept inspects belongings

Members of police forensic team inspect personal belongings retrieved from the waters where Lion Air flight JT 610 is believed to have crashed, at Tanjung Priok Port in Jakarta, Indonesia, Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018. A massive search effort has identified the possible seabed location of the crashed Lion Air jet, Indonesia's military chief said Wednesday, as experts carried out the grim task of identifying dozens of body parts recovered from a 15-nautical-mile-wide search area. (AP Photo)

Indonesia plane crash: Shoes, wallets, backpacks retrieved from sea; forensic dept inspects belongings

Indonesia’s second-deadliest air disaster since 1997 has prompted renewed concern about its patchy safety record, and the government has said Lion Air will be regulated more closely. (Source: AP)

Indonesia plane crash: Shoes, wallets, backpacks retrieved from sea; forensic dept inspects belongings

The investigation of the first crash of a Boeing Co 737 MAX, introduced into commercial service last year, will also be scrutinized by the global aviation industry. (Source: AP)

Indonesia plane crash: Shoes, wallets, backpacks retrieved from sea; forensic dept inspects belongings

Shoes and other personal belongings retrieved from the waters where a Lion Air jet is believed to have crashed are displayed for family members of the passengers for identification at Tanjung Priok Port in Jakarta, Indonesia, Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018. (AP Photo)

Indonesia plane crash: Shoes, wallets, backpacks retrieved from sea; forensic dept inspects belongings

Relatives of passengers of the crashed Lion Air jet check personal belongings retrieved from the waters where the airplane is believed to have crashed, at Tanjung Priok Port in Jakarta, Indonesia (AP Photo)

Indonesia plane crash: Shoes, wallets, backpacks retrieved from sea; forensic dept inspects belongings

Indonesian President Joko Widodo, left, Transportation Minister Budi Karya Sumadi, center, and Chief of National Search and Rescue Agency Muhammad Syaugi, right, inspect debris and passengers' personal belongings retrieved from the waters where Lion Air flight JT 610 is believed to have crashed, during their visit at the rescuers command post at Tanjung Priok Port in Jakarta, Indonesia, Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018. (AP Photo )

Indonesia plane crash: Shoes, wallets, backpacks retrieved from sea; forensic dept inspects belongings

A relative holds a photo of a passenger of the crashed Lion Air plane at the police hospital in Jakarta. (AP Photo)

Indonesia plane crash: Shoes, wallets, backpacks retrieved from sea; forensic dept inspects belongings

A family member of passengers of the crashed Lion Air plane is assisted by others upon arrival at the police hospital in Jakarta. (AP Photo)

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