An Indonesian military aircraft with 113 people aboard crashed into a neighborhood in the city of Medan on Tuesday, according to the head of the country’s air force. Forty-nine people were confirmed to have been killed, but the toll appeared certain to rise.
Air Chief Marshal Agus Supriatna said in a televised interview that there were no signs of survivors from the crash of the C-130 Hercules. He said that 101 of the people on the plane were family members of military personnel. Twelve military personnel were also aboard, he said.