An Indonesian Air Force C-130 Hercules airplane carrying 112 people (98 passengers and 14 crew) crashed at about 6:30 local time (2330 UTC) on May 20, 2009, while flying from Jakarta to eastern Java in Indonesia.

A similar plane to the one which crashed.

[1]. The crash resulted in at least 98 deaths, including 2 on the ground[2] at least five of which occurred on the ground when the plane plowed through a neighborhood in the village of Geplak.[3] At least 70 others had been taken to a local hospital.[4]

The airplane (a civilian Lockheed L-100-30(P) Hercules, registration A-1325[5]) had been on a normal flight transporting military personnel and their families from Jakarta to a military base in eastern Java. The plane was attempting to land at Iswahyudi Air Force Base, but instead crashed in the village of Geplak, about 5.5 kilometres (3.4 mi) northwest of the north end of the runway.[6] It hit four houses before skidding into a rice field. It burst into flames upon impact. The exact number of casualties is uncertain; two or three (probably 2) occupants of a house are said to have died. Flying conditions were good and the weather was clear at the time of the crash.[7]