Tuesday, September 13, 2016

1) Teacher Mysteriously Shot Dead in Papua


2) Breaking: Trigana Air’s Cargo Aircraft Skids Off Wamena Airport Runway
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1) Teacher Mysteriously Shot Dead in Papua
By : Jakarta Globe | on 12:31 PM September 13, 2016
Jakarta. 27-year-old teacher Yuni Yesra Patatang was shot dead in Karubate village in the Mulia subdistrict, Puncak Jaya, Papua, on Monday (12/09).
Around 6.30 p.m, Yuni, an honorary teacher at Kulirik state-elementary school, was found dead on a street with two gunshot wounds to her neck and back.
Puncak Jaya Police chief Pol. Supt. Hotman Batubara told Antara news agency that Yuni's body will be sent to her hometown in Tana Toraja, South Sulawesi, on a commercial flight operated by Trigana Air.
The teacher was also working part-time as a motorcycle taxi driver.
The police are still investigating the case.
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2) Breaking: Trigana Air’s Cargo Aircraft Skids Off Wamena Airport Runway
By : Edo Karensa | on 8:57 AM September 13, 2016
Jakarta. A Trigana Air cargo aircraft skidded off the runway of the Wamena Airport in the Puncak Jaya district of Papua on Tuesday morning (13/09), disrupting fuel distribution to the region.
No fatalities have been reported.
The Boeing 737 300 PK-YSY skidded of the runway around 7.40 a.m. after its wheel axles were reportedly broken as the aircraft was landing in Wamena Airport.
“Most likely the accident was caused by the hard bumps during the landing. We should wait for the KNKT [National Transportation Safety Committee] investigation for the complete information of the aircraft accident,” pilot Aloysius Sigit said during a phone interview with the BeritaSatu News Channel.
Ahmad Bambang, marketing director of state-owned energy company Pertamina, said via his Twitter account that the aircraft typically carries fuel to the Jayapura and Wamena areas.
“We are sorry for fuel supply disruptions for Jayapura and Wamena since Trigana’s Boeing 737 aircraft that we hired skidded off in Wamena Airport,” he said.
Firetrucks have been deployed to the scene to prevent possible fires.
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