Sukhoi Victim Identification Process Completed
The Disaster Victim Identification (DVI) Team has completed the identification process of all remains of the ill-fated Sukhoi Superjet 100’s victims.
“Today at 3 p.m. local time, all 45 victims comprising 35 Indonesians and 10 foreigners, or 31 men and 14 women, have been identified scientifically and irrefutably based on their DNA, dental records, medical records and properties, Head of the National DVI Committee Birgadier General Musaddeq said in a press conference here on Sunday.
With that stage finished, the next step will be the handing over of the victims’ remains and death notifications to their families.
The identification process was completed six days earlier than the planned thanks to the hard work of the DVI’s 15-member laboratory team, Musaddeq said.
DVI Executive Director Anton Castilani said the names of the victims were announced based on the serial numbers of antemortem data received by the police at Halim Perdanakusumah, East Jakarta.
The names of the victims identified by the DVI team are as follows:
1. Donardi Rahman (male) from Aviastar
2. Nur Ilmawati (female) from Sky Aviation
3. Edwar Maraden Panggabean (male) from Indo Asia
4. Femi Adiningsih (female) from Bloomberg
5. Ganish Arman Zulfianto (male) from IAT
6. Darwin Palawi (male) from Pelita Air
7. Kornel Sihombing (male) from PTDI
8. Anton Daryanto (male) from IAT
9. Herman Sulaji (male) from Air Maleo
10. Steven Kamagi (male) from Indo Asia
11. Aditya Rekodiyanti (female) from Sky Aviation
12. Ade Arisanti (female) from Sky Aviation
13. Dodi Aviantara (male) from Angkasa Magazine
14. Didik Nur Yusuf (male) from Angkasa Magazine
15. Yusuf Ariwibowo (male) from Sky Aviation
16. Edi Satrio (male) from Pelita Air
17. Chaidar Bachsin (male) from Catur Daya Prima
18. Salim Kamaruzaman (male) from Sky Aviation
19. Feni Stefani (female) from Sky Aviation
20. Charles Peter Edler (male) from Sriwijaya
21. Insan Kamil Jatmika (male) from Indo Asia
22. Gatot Purwoko (male) from Air Fast
23. Remon Sukanto (male) from Sky Aviation
24. Faisal Ahmad (male) from Indo Asia
25. Ruli Darmawan (male) from Indo Asia
26. Susana Famela Rompas (female) from Sky Aviation
27. Aditya Sukardi (male) from Trans TV
28. Maesarah (female) from Sky Aviation
29. Arif Wahyudi (male) from Trimarga
30. Santi (female) from Sky Aviation
31. Ismiati (female) from Trans TV
32. Maria Marcela (female) from Sky Aviation
33. Capt. Aan Rusdiana (male) from Kartika
34. Rosi Witam (female) from Sky Aviation
35. Dewi Mutiara (female) from Sky Aviation
36. Anggraini Fitria (female) from Sky Aviation
37. To Nam Tran (male) from Snecma
38 Eugene Alexandrovich G. (male)
39. Christina Nikolevna P. (female)
40. Nicolai Mitrivich Nartischenko (male)
41. Alexei Nikcholevic Kirkin (male)
42. Alexander Nikolevic Jablontsev (male)
43. Alexander Ovlovic Osetcov
44. Denis Palerifik Rahimof (male)
45. Fasilevik Syetsov (male)
Brigadier General Agus Prayitno, head of the Sukanto Police Hospital, said the victims’ remains would be handed over to their families on Wednesday at Halim airport.
SSJ-100 crashed into Mount Salak, Bogor District, West Java Province, on May 9, during a demonstrational flight meant to show off its capabilities to prospective buyers. There were 45 people on board, and none survived.