Search and rescue personnel have reached the wreckage of an ATR 42 aircraft that crashed in mountainous terrain in the Papua region of Indonesia on Aug. 16.   Indonesian authorities confirm that all 54 people aboard the aircraft were killed. The aircraft appears to have burned after hitting a mountain slope. The flight data and cockpit voice recorders have been recovered, according to local media.   The ATR 42-300, registered PK-YRN and operated by Indonesia’s Trigana ...

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