An Indonesian passenger plane crashed into the sea on Saturday shortly after taking off from Jakarta with 62 passengers and crew on board.
None of the people have been found and officials don't know why the plane crashed, but they say they have found what's believed to be debris from the plane just northwest of Jakarta.
It was a Boeing 737-500 a domestic flight on Sriwijaya Air.
It took off in heavy monsoon rain after a delay and disappeared from radar four minutes later.
Indonesian air carriers have a long record of crashes, and were banned from the EU until 2018..