Last Video Shows Crew Of Indonesian submarine Sing To Hit ‘Goodbye’ Before It Sank

Last Video Shows Crew Of Indonesian submarine Sing To Hit ‘Goodbye’ Before It Sank

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The Indonesian authorities recently confirmed that a total of 53 people on board the KRI Nanggala 402 has passed away in the Bali Sea. The submarine lost contact during a diving drill, and it was reported to have split into three pieces. Now, a last of the crew members has emerged, and it’s pretty heartbreaking. 

The last clip inside the KRI Nanggala-402 shows a crew of 53 singing to hit ‘Goodbye’ before it sank.

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The 53 sailors on the vessels were seen in the clip smiling as they clustered around a man playing on his guitar a popular Indonesian hit ‘Sampai Jumpa,’ which translates as ‘Goodbye or Until We Meet Again.” The clip was, in particular, released by the Indonesian military chiefs has retrieved more parts of the submarine.

The submarine lost contact during a diving drill, and it was reported to have split into three pieces.

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This video discovery came a day after the navy first confirmed the retrieval of fragments.

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The men were heard singing: “Even though I’m not ready to be missing you. I’m not ready to be without you. I wish you all the best.” This discovery came a day after the navy first confirmed the retrieval of fragments from the submarine and declared it had sunk, effectively ending any chance of finding survivors.  

Among the items recovered so far are an anchor and fluorescent orange safety suits for emergencies.

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Others include a bottle of grease, a piece of the torpedo system, and a prayer mat.

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Among the items recovered so far are an anchor, fluorescent orange safety suits for emergencies, a bottle of grease used to lubricate periscopes, a piece of the torpedo system, and a prayer mat used mainly in Indonesia. According to Daily Mail, Indonesian Military Head Hadi Tjahjanto had claimed no chance of finding any crew alive. 

Indonesian Military Head Hadi Tjahjanto had claimed no chance of finding any crew alive.

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“With this authentic evidence, we can declare that KRI Nanggala 402 has sunk, and all the crew members are dead.”

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“With deep sadness, I can say that all 53 personnel onboard have passed. We received underwater pictures that are confirmed as the submarine parts, including its rear vertical rudder, anchors, outer pressure body, embossed dive rudder, and other ship parts. With this authentic evidence, we can declare that KRI Nanggala 402 has sunk, and all the crew members are dead.” Hadi stated. 

Authorities claimed the submarine might have suffered an electrical failure.

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Another evidence suggested that the submarine was crushed by massive water pressure in the vast depths.

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So far, authorities haven’t in detail explained the accident but claimed the submarine might have suffered an electrical failure that left the 53 crew unable to resurface. Nonetheless, another evidence suggested that the submarine came apart as it was crushed by massive water pressure in the vast depths. A sonar scan detected at least three parts of the submarine at a depth of 850 meters, an equivalent of 2,789ft. 

However, a sonar scan detected at least three parts of the submarine at a depth of 850 meters.

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On the other hand, grieving relatives have reportedly gathered on the seashore to pay their respects to the sailors who perished and urged that authorities bring up their bodies from the depths. Reacting, a spokesman for the Indonesian Navy, says retrieval operation is being discussed with experts and international bodies.