More AirAsia debris recovered


This map depicts, in red, the search area outlined for missing AirAsia Flight QZ8501. The yellow area marks an area where debris was spotted.

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(CNN) — Indonesian search teams recovered two additional large objects Saturday that are believed to be parts of AirAsia flight QZ8501, according to rescue agency chief Bambang Soelitsyo.

That totals to four large pieces in total — including one that is 18-meters long that was recovered Saturday — that have now been found.

So far 30 bodies have been recovered with most of the remaining bodies thought to be still trapped in the plane.

The Airbus A320 vanished with 162 people on board en route from Surabaya in Indonesia to Singapore last Sunday.

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