JAKARTA (Reuters) - Several passengers survived the crash of an Indonesian Boeing 737-200 in the city of Medan on Monday, a spokesman for the airline said.
Earlier, the head of Medan's search and rescue agency said all 117 people on board the flight had died.
"There are several survivors, but I don't know the exact number," said Koeswinarko, a spokesman for local carrier Mandala Airlines. The official Antara news agency put the number of survivors at six.
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