The chilling WhatsApp video Indonesian man sent to his wife as he boarded doomed Lion Air plane

A passenger on the Lion Air flight, which mysteriously fell from the sky and killed 189 people, sent a video to his wife minutes before boarding the condemned plane.

The chilling images, taken by Paul Ferdinand Ayorbaba, showed the passengers preparing to board and others who were already climbing from the stairs on the runway.

Mr. Ayorbaba shared the video with his wife Inchy Ayorbaba through the WhatsApp messaging site in the moments before setting foot on the Boeing 737 Max 8.

A passenger on the Lion Air flight mysteriously fell from the sky and killed 189 people, sent a video to his wife minutes before boarding the condemned plane.

A passenger on the Lion Air flight mysteriously fell from the sky and killed 189 people, sent a video to his wife minutes before boarding the condemned plane.

The chilling images, taken by Paul Ferdinand Ayorbaba, showed the passengers preparing to board and others had already climbed from the stairs on the runway (in the photo)

The chilling images, taken by Paul Ferdinand Ayorbaba, showed the passengers preparing to board and others had already climbed from the stairs on the runway (in the photo)

The chilling images, taken by Paul Ferdinand Ayorbaba, showed the passengers preparing to board and others had already climbed from the stairs on the runway (in the photo)

The widow saw the message around 6.30 in the morning, approximately at the same time that her husband had thrown into the ocean aboard flight JT610.

After receiving the message, Ms. Ayorbaba went back to sleep for a few hours until she heard the news of the accident about 9 am and returned frantically to check her details.

& # 39; I saw the video again. I saw his boarding pass that he showed in the video. I started to believe that I was on that crashed plane, "he told TVOne, according to the Associated Press.

"I kept calling him, sending WhatsApp messages, hoping he would not go, or something made him cancel his trip, but there was no response.

"It was his last contact with me, his last message to me."

Ms. Ayorbaba went back to sleep for a few hours until she heard the news of the accident around 9 am and returned frantically to check her details (her husband's boarding pass is on the photo)

Ms. Ayorbaba went back to sleep for a few hours until she heard the news of the accident around 9 am and returned frantically to check her details (her husband's boarding pass is on the photo)

Ms. Ayorbaba went back to sleep for a few hours until she heard the news of the accident around 9 am and returned frantically to check her details (her husband's boarding pass is on the photo)

The widowed woman (pictured) saw the message around 6:30 am, almost at the same time that her husband aboard flight JT610 had been diving into the ocean

The widowed woman (pictured) saw the message around 6:30 am, almost at the same time that her husband aboard flight JT610 had been diving into the ocean

The widowed woman (pictured) saw the message around 6:30 am, almost at the same time that her husband aboard flight JT610 had been diving into the ocean

In his video, Mr. Ayorbaba shows his own wait plan with a woman climbing the stairs, as well as another Lion Air plane in the distance.

At one point, he approaches his boarding pass, confirming that he was on the departure flight from Jakarta, bound for Pangkal Pinang, an island north of the capital.

The video came when tons of remains began to withdraw from the ocean floor, including the remains of clothing and the shoes of the deceased passengers.

Among them were the old shoes of young children, with ballet shoes and small red shoes represented among a huge amount of shoes for adults.

Just 13 minutes after taking off from Jakarta on Monday, the flight lost contact with air control around 6.33am.

The initial searches in the ocean of the missing fuselage of the Boeing 737-MAX 8 were not successful, with the location of its data in "black box" still unknown.

The video surfaced when tons of debris began to retreat from the ocean floor, including the remains of clothing and the shoes of deceased passengers.

The video surfaced when tons of debris began to retreat from the ocean floor, including the remains of clothing and the shoes of deceased passengers.

The video surfaced when tons of debris began to retreat from the ocean floor, including the remains of clothing and the shoes of deceased passengers.

Among them were the old shoes of young children, with ballet shoes and small red shoes represented among a huge amount of shoes for adults.

Among them were the old shoes of young children, with ballet shoes and small red shoes represented among a huge amount of shoes for adults.

Among them were the old shoes of young children, with ballet shoes and small red shoes represented among a huge amount of shoes for adults.

Indonesian passports of two passengers were stopped by a worker in the port

Indonesian passports of two passengers were stopped by a worker in the port

Indonesian passports of two passengers were stopped by a worker in the port

The experts detected what they thought was the 22-meter long part at the bottom of the ocean, but unfortunately it turned out to be debris and belongings of the passengers.

The data from the flight tracking sites showed that the aircraft was unstable during the first minutes of its second last flight, showing erratic speeds, altitude and direction just after takeoff.

That information is similar to the information transmitted in the first minutes of Monday's fatal flight, but could be attributed to errors in the site's tracking software.

To confirm their suspicions, the researchers would have to compare it with the data stored in the plane's black-box flight recorders, which have not yet been found.

The Boeing 737 Max 8 was launched in 2011 and was the best-selling passenger plane in history, becoming the most used aircraft in the world.

The parts of the aircraft, including an uninflated life jacket, were depicted among the debris.

The parts of the aircraft, including an uninflated life jacket, were depicted among the debris.

The parts of the aircraft, including an uninflated life jacket, were depicted among the debris.

The investigators were present while the families of the passengers inspected the items that had been recovered.

The investigators were present while the families of the passengers inspected the items that had been recovered.

The investigators were present while the families of the passengers inspected the items that had been recovered.

Two women embraced and sobbed in the port where the articles of the remains were recovered

Two women embraced and sobbed in the port where the articles of the remains were recovered

Two women embraced and sobbed in the port where the articles of the remains were recovered

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