On Thursday, divers in Indonesia retrieved an additional six bodies from waters surrounding the sunken fuselage from AirAsia Flight 8501.
Fifty-nine bodies have been recovered from the flight so far. The plane crashed into the Java Sea while traveling from Surabaya, Indonesia, to Singapore. All 162 of the plane's passengers were killed, and officials told The Associated Press that the remaining passengers' bodies are likely still inside the main fuselage.
Earlier this week, Transport Minister Ignasius Jonan said the plane "climbed sharply" at about 6,000 feet a minute before crashing. AP reports that a preliminary report about AirAsia Flight 8501 is expected to be submitted to the International Civil Aviation Organization next week.
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