An Indonesian air force plane carrying seven crew has crashed into a housing complex east of the capital, Jakarta.
The blaze engulfed at least eight houses in the area.
It is believed the plane, a Fokker 27 turboprop, was attempting to land while conducting training exercises.
The number of casualties is unknown.
A witness told a local news channel she heard a loud bang and saw a plume of smoke rising from the neighbourhood.
Last month, a Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft crashed south of Jakarta during a demonstration flight, killing all 45 on board.