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News Summary: Crashed Lion Air jet must be cut up

The Associated Press

LION'S SHARE: A Lion Air jet that slammed into the sea as it tried to land on the Indonesian island of Bali over the weekend remains stuck in shallow water and must be cut into pieces for removal.

RECORDER RECOVERED: Navy divers have recovered the cockpit voice recorder, a key part in determining what caused the crash.

CLIMBING TOO FAST? The accident has raised questions about whether Lion Air is putting growth ahead of safety. Indonesia's largest private airline stunned the aviation industry two years ago when it announced the biggest-ever order for 230 Boeing jets.