Crews find bodies of Indonesian plane crash victims

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Indonesian officials have located the bodies of all 54 people who were on board a plane that crashed Sunday.

The Trianga air service plane crashed in a mountainous, heavily-wooded region.

The aircraft lost contact with air traffic controllers about 30 minutes into its flight.

Villagers say they saw a plane crash into a mountain.

Investigators say there was no indication that a distress call was made.

The plane was carrying 44 adults, five children and five crew members when it went down.

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