Six of the seven crew members aboard an Indonesian military aircraft that crashed into a housing complex in Jakarta Thursday were killed, an air force spokesman said.
"Six out of the seven crew were killed and one was critically injured. That's all we know so far," spokesman Asman Yunus told AFP news agency on Thursday. "We've found no civilian victims so far."
The Fokker-27 crashed at 2:45 pm (07:45 GMT) during routine training into a military housing complex, Yunus said.
An official at the East Jakarta Fire Brigade said the aircraft crashed near a street within Halim Perdanakusuma air base.
Local media quoted witnesses as saying that at least eight houses caught fire.