At least 10 people were killed when an Indonesian air force plane crashed into a residential area in Jakarta yesterday.
All seven crew on board, and three people on the ground died.
The plane hit eight houses when it crashed, igniting a blaze that tore through homes at around 2:45pm local time.
"The plane has split into two," air force spokesman Colonel Agung Sasongko Jati told Al Jazeera.
The three who died on the ground were two cousins, aged two and six, and an elderly woman, Jati said, adding the six-year-old's mother was in critical condition
The Fokker-27 aircraft crashed during a military training while trying to land after a training flight at Jakarta's Halim airport, which serves mainly as an air force base.