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Members of a rescue team watch as divers prepare to retrieve the black box from a partially submerged Lion Air Boeing 737 on April 15, 2013, two days after it crashed while trying to land at Bali's international airport near Denpasar. The pilot and co-pilot of a Lion Air plane that crashed at Bali's airport have passed initial drug tests, an official said on April 15, as investigators probe the causes of the accident that left dozens injured but no fatalities.
By Tim Hepher, Reuters
All 108 passengers and crew members survived when the Boeing 737-800 passenger jet, operated by Indonesian budget carrier Lion Air, undershot the main airport runway in Bali, Indonesia and belly-flopped in water on Saturday.
Officials stress it was too early to say what caused the incident, which is being investigated by Indonesian authorities with the assistance of U.S. crash investigators and Boeing. Continue reading.