Thursday, May 10, 2012

A journalist survived the Sukhoi Superjet 100 plane tragedy


REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, Jakarta ANTARA --- A journalist, Fransiska Ninditya survived the tragedy of the Sukhoi Superjet 100 plane lost contact on Mount Salak on Wednesday (9/5) due to get another job.

Initially, Fransiska Ninditya confessed to get invited to cover the missing aircraft Sukhoi on Tuesday (8/5), but because there are other coverage assignment in Indonesia Institute of Sciences (LIPI), he canceled part.

Fransiska Ninditya admitted she was surprised to learn that the plane was supposed to host the tower reportedly lost contact with airport traffic at 14:50 pm.

"This incident is a reminder that I still loved the Lord," said Fransiska Ninditya  in Jakarta, Thursday (10/5).

Fransiska Ninditya  explained that on Tuesday, he should have arrived at Halim air base Perdanakusuma, Jakarta at 13.00 WIB to ride the plane. But because he had to cover in LIPI at 15.00 then he thought better.

"Usually if there is coverage of the new aircraft or ship, I was always curious, but somehow today (Tuesday 9/5) why even lazy and prefer to go to LIPI," said Fransiska Ninditya.

Fransiska Ninditya is also claimed to be surprised when the plane is supposed to know he was riding in lost contact in the Mount Salak, West Java, who contacted his brother by cell phone.

"I was shocked to learn that the plane lost contact, moreover, no Ma'am Femi from Bloomberg which go in there," said Fransiska Ninditya.


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