DVI Identifies Five Fires of Firecracker Warehouse

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Sunday, October 29 2017 - 22:00 IWST

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INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta, - Disaster Victims Identification Team of Kramatjati Police Hospital in East Jakarta again identified five bodies that were victims of firecracker firecracker fire in Kosambi Tangerang, Banten.

"The team of RS Police Hospital successfully identified five bodies," said Head of Public Relations of Polda Metro Jaya Police Commissioner Argo Yuwono in Jakarta Sunday.

The five burned bodies were identified based on medical record data, tooth structure, DNA and property.

The five bodies identified are Asep Angga Gunawan from Subang West Java, Aminah binti Ambeng (Tangerang Banten), Maryanti binti Dai (Tangerang Banten), Nilawati (Tangerang Banten), and Unia (Tangerang Banten).

So far, the Kratijati Police DVI team has identified nine bodies of fire victims that killed 48 people and injured 45 people.

The four previously identified body that is the first victim of the body bag 02 registration number 355 named Slamet Rahmat from Garut West Java based on dental examination, DNA and medical record.

The second victim of the body bag number 05 registration 338 named Marwati bint Atip from Tangerang Banten identified through DNA, teeth and medical records.

The third victim identified as Sutrisna bin Alim is located in Tangerang Banten known based on DNA, teeth, and medical records, and Surnah (14) from Tangerang.

The Police DVI team is still trying to identify 38 bodies based on medical records, DNA, tooth structure, and property

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