Motorcycle group awaits Sukhoi victim
Didik was one of two Angkasa magazine journalists killed in the Sukhoi crash on May 9. (Kompas/Doc HTML)
Hundreds of members of the Honda Tiger Mailing List (HTML) are awaiting the arrival of the remains of Didik Nur Yusuf, one of the 45 victims killed in the Sukhoi Superjet 100 crash, whose coffin will be on view at the Angkasa magazine office located in the Kompas Gramedia building in West Jakarta.
Didik was one of two Angkasa magazine journalists killed in the Sukhoi crash on May 9, the other being Dody Aviantara.
Their colleagues plan to hold a service at the Angkasa office before taking them to their houses in two different residential complexes in Tangerang. They will be buried at Tanah Kusir Cemetery, South Jakarta.
"There are 200 people from the HTML. We plan on escorting Didik's body to his gravesite," said Ramansyah, a member of the HTML, on Wednesday as quoted by kompas.com.
Didik was a member of the HTML since 2003. As part of the group, Didik was known for his politeness and reliability.