Chrissy Teigen Criticized The Indonesian Government Regarding The Downing Of The Sriwijaya Air SJ-182 Aircraft
Chrissy Teigen (Instagram @chrissyteigen)

JAKARTA - The incident of the Sriwijaya Air SJ-182 plane crash on January 9 attracted the attention of the world community. No exception actress Chrissy Teigen.

Through his Twitter account, he shared a link to one of the news about the plane crash.

“Indonesians deserve to have a government that cares about their safety during air travel. This happens too often, ”said the wife of singer John Legend.

The tweet elicited a response from netizens. Some of them agree with Teigen's statement but on the other hand, there are many things to consider.

"From 2007-2016, the United States banned Indonesian airlines from flying from the country because of the many accidents. Europe banned Indonesian airlines from flying from Europe in 2007-2018. I agree with you!" wrote a netizen.

"They have found the black box but investigations are needed for weeks or months."

“Instead of blaming the government, bad equipment, or bad training, why not focus on the fact that Indonesia doesn't have as many resources as us in North America. Every country deserves a good government but it is impossible, "said another netizen.

Reports of lost contact with the Sriwijaya Air SJ182 aircraft were received by Basarnas at 14.55 WIB. The Boeing 747-524 plane on the Jakarta-Pontianak route lost contact between Lancang Island and Laki Island, Seribu Islands.

There were 62 passengers including the crew of the Sriwijaya Air SJ-182 aircraft. Of the total passengers, there are 7 children and 3 babies. The Sriwijaya Air SJ-182 flight was delayed for 30 minutes. The reason was the heavy rain.

Follow the latest information about the development of the Sriwijaya Air SJ-182 aircraft here.

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