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Singaporeans in Lion Air crash in Bali are safe

MFA spokesman says 2 S'poreans involved in the Lion Air jet crash in Bali are safe; the plane landed in the sea on Saturday after missing the runway at Bali airport. 

SINGAPORE: A Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman has said that the Singaporeans involved in Saturday’s Lion Air jet crash in Bali are safe.

According to a news agency report, two Singaporeans - a male and a female – had been on the flight.

The Boeing 737-800 was on a domestic flight from Bandung in West Java to the resort island when it landed in the sea after missing the runway at the Ngurah Rai International Airport.

All 108 on board survived but dozens were injured.

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