Coffins containing the bodies of the victims of DHC-6 Twin Otter plane owned by the airline Aviastar Mandiri that crashed into a mountainous area on Sulawesi Island are laid at a hospital in Makassar, Indonesia, Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015. (AP Photo)
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Rescuers Tuesday recovered the bodies of all 10 victims and both black boxes from the wreckage of a small plane that crashed into a mountain in eastern Indonesia four days ago.The 1981 Canadian-made plane was acquired by Aviastar in Jan. 2014 and underwent its most recent maintenance on Sept. 15 .Indonesia, a sprawling archipelago nation of about 250 million people, has been plagued by transportation accidents in recent years, including plane and train crashes and ferry sinkings.
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