08 May '11, 7am

Indonesian plane crashes, 17 killed

An Indonesian plane carrying 27 people crashed into the sea, in Indonesia's eastern province of West Papua, just as it was about to land, killing at least 17 people, the transport ministry said yesterday. The passengers included an infant and two children. Police said 17 bodies had been found and rescuers were searching for other victims. Their search was hampered by the heavy rain. The chief of the National Search and Rescue Agency said the plane had crashed into Kaimana Bay, several hundred metres from the airport. He said the crash was believed to have been caused by bad weather which limited visibility. Agencies

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