7 survive Indonesian plane crash

Authorities in Indonesia say that all seven people onboard an aircraft that went down in a forest have been confirmed safe.
The Susi Air plane reportedly crashed in Papua province, in the eastern part of the country, on Thursday morning.

The officials say the flight left from Timika and experienced a problem 20 minutes after taking off.

The head of the local search and rescue agency says one pilot and six passengers were on board. Five suffered broken bones. The two others had minor injuries. All have been evacuated to hospitals.

Indonesia's Transportation Safety Commission will investigate the cause.