Black box retrieved from Indonesian plane crash

Officials in Indonesia say they have recovered the flight data recorder from an Indonesian airliner that crashed into the sea on Saturday.

The Sriwijaya Air Boeing 737-500 bound for Pontianak in West Kalimantan Province crashed into the sea shortly after taking off from an airport outside Jakarta. It was carrying 62 people.

The National Search and Rescue Agency and the navy have been searching waters about 20 kilometers north of the airport. The officials say navy divers on Tuesday discovered the plane's flight data recorder lying on the seabed at a depth of 23 meters.

The agency is still trying to find the cockpit voice recorder.

The search for missing people is also continuing. The effort has so far retrieved multiple human body parts and one crash victim has been identified.