A string of countries including Australia is continuing to assist Indonesian authorities in their search for a missing submarine and its 53 inhabitants, who will run out of air at 5:00am AEST on Saturday morning.
- Search teams are scouring the ocean floor for signs of life
- The Indonesian Navy has found an object 100 metres below the sea
- An expert in military technology says chances of survival are quite low
The Indonesian Navy’s KRI Nanggala 402 submarine went missing on Wednesday, after it failed to re-emerge from its last reported dive in waters near Bali.
There is mounting concern the 43-year-old vessel may have sunk too deep to reach or recover the stranded 53 crew in time before oxygen supplies run out.
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