3 Days Two Fishermen In Lampung Have Not Been Found, The Search Expansion SAR Team
Search for victims of missing fishermen on the West Coast of Lampung (ANTARA)

The Search and Rescue Team (SAR) has expanded the search area for two fishermen from the West Coast Regency of Lampung Province who have been missing while at sea since Thursday, January 26. The search for fishermen suspected of missing on the West Coast at this time reached 6 nautical miles or nautical miles by involving three teams, "said the Coordinator of the SAR Tanggamus Post, Hendra in Krui Pesisir Barat, Lampung, Sunday, January 29. The SAR team used a jukung boat from the last position before being declared missing, headed for a search area of 6 nautical miles by three teams," said Hendra. "SRU II uses a jukung Basarnas boat from the LKP towards a search area of 5 NM," he said. The Rescue Team of the SAR Tanggamus Post, Central Coastal Koramil, Polair Polda Lampung, Biha Police, fishermen and local residents. Previously, two fishermen from Stabas, West Coast, Lampung lost contact since leaving to sea to search for fish since Thursday 26 January. Initially, Ujang and Holis departed via Kuala Stabas Krui Pier by using a katir boat on Thursday at around 03.30 WIB. The two fishermen usually return at around 15.00 WIB. However, on that day until 22.00 WIB, Ujang and Holis had not returned. Noting that, the ship's person in charge also reported the incident and asked for a search process to be carried out.

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