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In this photo released by Indonesia's national rescue (Credit: AP)

In this photo released by Indonesia's national rescue team, rescuers stand near the wreckage of a crashed Lion Air plane in Bali, Indonesia. The plane carrying more than 100 passengers and crew was attempting to land on the Indonesian resort island of Bali on Saturday and crashed into the sea, injuring up to 45 people, officials said. (April 13, 2013)

Lion Air plane crash

A Lion Air plane carrying more than 100 passengers and crew was attempting to land on the Indonesian resort island of Bali on Saturday and crashed into the sea, injuring up to 45 people, officials said.

Indonesian fishermen hold a part of the wreckage
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Indonesian fishermen hold a part of the wreckage of a Lion Air plane in Bali, Indonesia. All 108 passengers and crew survived after the new Lion Air jet crashed into the ocean and snapped in two while attempting to land Saturday, injuring up to 45 people, officials said. (April 13, 2013)

A crashed Lion Air plane sits on the
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A crashed Lion Air plane sits on the water near the airport in Bali, Indonesia. The injured were taken to several different hospitals for treatment, but there appeared to be no serious injuries, said airport spokesman Alfasyah, who like many Indonesians uses only one name. (April 13, 2013)

The wreckage of a crashed Lion Air plane
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The wreckage of a crashed Lion Air plane sits on the water near the airport in Bali, Indonesia. Officials initially said the plane overshot the runway before hitting the water, but a spokesman for Lion Air, a low-cost carrier, said at a news conference that the plane crashed about 165 feet ahead of the runway. The weather was cloudy with rain at the time of the incident. (April 13, 2013)

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In this photo released by Indonesia's national rescue
(Credit: AP)

In this photo released by Indonesia's national rescue team, rescuers stand near the wreckage of a crashed Lion Air plane in Bali, Indonesia. The plane carrying more than 100 passengers and crew was attempting to land on the Indonesian resort island of Bali on Saturday and crashed into the sea, injuring up to 45 people, officials said. (April 13, 2013)

Those on board the Lion Air flight recalled
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Those on board the Lion Air flight recalled being terrified as the plane slammed into the water Saturday afternoon in Bali. "The aircraft was in landing position when suddenly I saw it getting closer to the sea, and finally it hit the water," Dewi, not pictured, a passenger who sustained head wounds in the crash and uses one name, told the AP. (April 13, 2013)

Police and rescuers use small boats to evacuate
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Police and rescuers use small boats to evacuate the 101 passengers and seven crew members while the Boeing 737 sits in shallow water with a large crack in its fuselage. (April 13, 2013)

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