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JUST IN: Indonesia’s Lion Air flight JT610 has crashed, according to Indonesia’s rescue agency
UPDATE: Here’s the flight path of Indonesia’s Lion Air #JT610, from @flightradar24 data.

It’s not clear how many passengers and crew were on board
Lion Air #JT610 was flying a Boeing 737 Max-8. Lion Air Group's Malindo Air was the first to put the Max-8 into service. 1st plane was delivered in May 2017

📷: Boeing Max-9, with similar wingtips to a Max-8

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Here's more on the Boeing Max-8 aircraft in the Lion Air #JT610 plane crash

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Indonesia's last major air accident was almost 4 years ago when an AirAsia flight crashed in December 2014.

AirAsia flight QZ8501 went missing from Surabaya, Indonesia, to Singapore with 162 people on board
Boeing says they are monitoring the situation with the Lion Air #JT610 crash

UPDATE: 189 people were aboard Lion Air #JT610, reports Indonesia's Transportation Safety Committee. The Transport Ministry earlier reported 188 people aboard

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UPDATE: Here's the latest breakdown of those on board the crashed Lion Air #JT610 plane, from Indonesia's Transportation and Safety Committee
MORE: The Lion Air jet that crashed was fit for operations, the airline has said in a statement. It was manufactured in 2018 and entered service for Lion on Aug. 15.

The captain and co-pilot had 6,000 and 5,000 flight hours of experience, respectively (via @HarrySuhartono)
IN PHOTOS: Relatives of passengers on the crashed plane Lion Air #JT610 hold each other for comfort and pray at the Depati Amir Airport in Pangkal Pinang, Indonesia
Indonesia's Transportation Safety Committee holds a press conference on the crashed Lion Air #JT610.

The search team reports they have found some personal belongings from passengers and life vests from the crash
IN PHOTOS: Rescuers in Indonesia inspect debris believed to be from Lion Air #JT610. An oil slick in the water is also believed to be from the crashed plane

📷: BNPB via AP
Families and relatives of passengers comfort each other at the local airport on the Indonesian island of Bangka while rescue workers are dispatched to the crash site
Debris from Lion Air #610 lies on the surface of waters by the Karawang area.

Indonesia’s disaster agency spokesperson @Sutopo_PN shares a video from tugboats helping with rescue efforts
Divers from Indonesia’s Search and Rescue Special Forces work to recover debris from the crashed Lion Air #JT610 plane

Indonesia's Search and Rescue Agency has about 160 people deployed in search and rescue at the site of the Lion Air #JT610 crash in Java Sea-- about 34 miles east off from Jakarta (via @kuttybloomberg)
The crashed Lion Air plane was serving the Bali-Jakarta route on Sunday night.

The pilots for the Denpasar-Jakarta flight reported a technical problem with the plane, but the aircraft was cleared by engineers prior to today's ill-fated flight (via @HarrySuhartono)
WATCH: Divers from Indonesia's Search and Rescue team, BASARNAS return to port with items they have found from the crashed Lion Air #JT610 plane
Take a look at Lion Air's most recent safety record.

In 2016, the airline was removed from a list of those banned in the EU and the U.S. over safety concerns
Indonesia's Lion Air #JT610 plane has crashed with 189 people on board. Here's what we know
Here's the latest on the Lion Air #JT610 crash:

-All 189 people on board are presumed dead
-10 intact bodies and some body parts have been recovered from the crash site
-Lion Air has flown some grieving relatives to Jakarta
-The plane’s hull and flight recorder are still missing
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