An Indonesian Air Force training aircraft crashed into a residential area on Wednesday and killed at least one person on the ground, local media reported.
The crash took place in Malang region in East Java, and a woman who was a resident of the area was killed, according to The Jakarta Globe, which cited a local news channel. The two crew members on the plane managed to eject before the crash, according to Sydney Morning Herald.
However, The Associated Press reported that the two people on board had been instantly killed in the crash, while a woman was injured after the plane came down on her house.
Last June, an Indonesian Air Force plane crashed into a residential area, killing more than 100 people. The crash had occurred in Medan city.
Meanwhile in Myanmar, a military plane crashed soon after take-off on Wednesday, killing at least four people on board.
The plane came down near the airport in the capital city of Naypyidaw. "Four people were killed and we think one is alive," a police official told AFP.